With over thirty years of successful deployment and support of a variety of projects and complex applications for small, medium, and large Telecommunications, Financial, Health Care, and Association companies, World Data has developed the necessary systems and best practices to efficiently deliver what our client demands and needs.
World Data has had the ability to re-engineer itself throughout its history by anticipating technological cycles and in the process create value for its clients/partners. Some of the milestones of our history follow:
1980-85 Developed High Level Software Tools
Anticipating the ubiquity of the Super Mini Computer and the Personal Computer, World Data began as a software development company, offering its clients software tools and a Relational Data Base Management Systems to deliver competitive event registration, scheduling, and accounting software solutions.
1985-90 Added Local Area Networks (LANs)
Once the convergence of voice, data, and video took place, due to the digitization of networks, World Data entered into the Network field as integrators of 3COM LANs (Local Area Networks) followed by Novell and Microsoft.
1990-1993 Added Wide Area Networks (WANs)
World Data entered Wide Area Networks in order to capture Telecommunications companies as clients for X.25 and Frame Relay protocols.
1993-2000 Pioneered the transition from legacy data network protocols to TCP/IP (Internet)
Anticipating the consolidation of data network protocols into a single one, we completely embraced TCP/IP Networks. World Data became one of the pioneers in designing, staging, and implementing IP Networks and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) globally. Along with Network implementation, we also developed telecom related operational support systems (OSS) in the areas of usage billing and service provisioning.
In part due to the dot com collapse, World Data focused on Restructuring, Merging, and Acquiring telecom companies. Leveraging the assets of Comsat International, its first acquisition, World Data successfully consolidated additional Latin American telecommunication companies in Brazil, Central America, and Mexico. This effort was successful and created a company with operations in 14 countries commanding a valuation of over a quarter billion dollars.
2005- now. Addition of high value platforms to World Data
In anticipation of an Interactive and Collaborative Internet , World Data has developed a cloud based Mobile Ecosystem (Back Office, Front Office, and a Network) to support the mobilization of its clients’ applications and resources . World Data defines an Ecosystem as the collaboration of multiple companies to create higher value than the sum of its individual efforts. We have been operating and supporting Mobile Ecosystems for the last 2 years.
World Data’s key operations are based on IT Outsourcing contracts, where we play the role of a technology partner to make sure our clients take advantage our experience and platforms to stay competitive.