We’re partnered with the leading services and technology companies

OpenBack has partnered with the leading services and technology companies support providing the best user experience when it comes to notifications.

Please contact us if you would like to discuss a potential partnership, we are always looking for innovative ways to use the OpenBack technology.

OpenBack partnered with Microsoft to ensure that the platforms can the largest enterprise scale deploymnets. Given this, the platform supports best in class data privacy and compliance. Learn more about our partnership with Microsoft in this video they produced.

OpenBack is a featured member of the Backbase open banking marketplace: Offering financial institutions highly differentiating fintech partners for enriched digital banking experiences.

Google Partners are advertising agencies, digital marketing professionals, and other online consultants who have access to a range of benefits, including special events and trainings, industry research, certifications, and more.

The DataStax Partner Network (DSPN) enables members to power the online applications that transform business.

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Enterprise Ireland is the government of Ireland’s organisation responsible for the development and growth of Irish headquartered enterprises in world markets. We work in partnership with only the leading Irish enterprises to help them start, grow, innovate and win export sales in global markets.


The Telecommunications Software & Systems Group (TSSG) is one of the largest integrated information communication technology ICT) research centres in Ireland.

It is a place where high quality research addresses the transformation of the telecommunications industry, with a core focus on telecommunications network management, security and mobile services. It has a strong expertise in next generation service development and deployment, distributed systems and service oriented architectures.

TSSG is ranked as one of the top ten European institutes at the forefront of ‘Future Internet’ research.