TwilioCon 2013: Twilio Showcase Launch Featuring Parse, AWS, LiveOps and RingDNA

Yesterday at TwilioCon we launched the Twilio Showcase, a one-stop-shop for customers looking for pre-built Twilio solutions and new developer tools. Whether you’re looking for help with marketing and lead management or for security and fraud prevention, you can tailor your search based on solution at Twilio.com/Showcase.

If you’re part of team of DOers that’s already building Twilio-powered communications solutions, apply to join the showcase here.

The Twilio Showcase allows you to easily search for your solution by communication type like Call Center and Internal Help Desk, Sales Communications, Marketing and Lead Management, Business Communications and Collaboration, and Business Process and Logistics, and Security, Privacy, and Fraud Prevention.

You can also search through different types of Twilio Partners: Solution ISV to Solution SI, Infrastructure, Technology, and Community.

We’re happy to highlight a few of our partners who are shipping new tools and capabilities to power communication solutions. Here’s the latest news from AWS, Parse, RingDNA, and LiveOps.

Twilio Teams Up With AWS to Launch Jumpstart Program
Developers need easy access to tools they use to build their apps and their businesses. We’ve teamed up with the AWS Marketplace to offer developers $20 of “JumpStart” credit towards building their AWS + Twilio powered apps, so they can prototype without worrying about up-front costs.

Twilio Module for Parse Makes Mobile Deploys Easy
Parse already makes it easy for developers to integrate third party services into their mobile apps. Now, with the newly updated Twilio module for Parse Cloud Platform, it’s even easier. The Twilio module lets developers add Twilio Voice, Client and SMS to their apps– all without setting up a server. For developers who are already using the Twilio module announced in November of 2012, no need to worry, the module is completely backwards compatible.

LiveOps in the Cloud with WebRTC and Twilio
LiveOps and Twilio partnered together to bring one customer’s 500 seat call center to the cloud. The WebRTC powered solution offers the company’s call center agents a single browser based desktop which allows them to take calls faster and transfer customers easily.

RingDNA Launches Twilio-powered Chrome Extension
RingDNA announced a new Chrome extension that gives sales teams a browser based phone specifically designed for their needs. Ring DNA’s Twilio powered extension pulls up critical information salespeople need to connect to a customer. From Salesforce Chatter, to Twitter, to Facebook and LinkedIn, the extension automatically logs conversations and displays the customer’s latest updates.

Learn more about Twilio Partners in the Twilio Showcase and apply to be a partner.