Spark moves eDarling Spain onto cornerstone technology platform
Category: #technology  By Saipriya Iyer  Date: 2019-08-07
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Spark moves eDarling Spain onto cornerstone technology platform
  • The company reportedly announced the migration of eDarling Spain onto their cornerstone technology project-loveOS.
  • loveOS will manage Spark’s complete portfolio of premium and freemium applications.

Berlin based Spark Networks SE reportedly announced the successful migration of eDarling Spain onto its cornerstone technology innovation plan, loveOS which serves as a new tech platform for all the major dating properties.

As per sources, the successful relocation symbolizes a breakthrough for loveOS, which upon completion is expected to control the company’s entire collection of premium and freemium applications. By means of a modular approach, the platform is manufactured on several pieces of base functionality, which permits issues and feature updates to be rolled out very resourcefully across multiple brands and locations.

Jeronimo Folgueira, Chief Executive Officer of Spark Networks was reportedly quoted stating that the company witnesses a game-changing potential in the loveOS platform which is the advanced technology platform for all of Spark’s major online dating properties. The ability to deliver features across the globe allows the company to test and manufacture more innovative features faster with no additional costs and blend businesses that it acquires or partners with into the platform.

It has been claimed that eDarling Spain was earlier shifted from Affinitas’ heritage platform to loveOS on the 16th of July this year. Spain is currently the 5th largest market marked by the users in the Spark portfolio making the use of Affinitas tech platform. Reportedly, with approximately 1.5 million users relocated, the movement of eDarling Spain marks a key revolution for the loveOS project. 

Ben Hoskins, Chief Technology Officer of Spark Networks quoted that considering the size of the user fraternity in Spain and the intricacy of the project, the migration accounts for an exceptional outcome and definite nod of approval for the progress the company is creating with loveOS.

For the records, Spark Networks SE, headquartered in Germany is America’s 2nd largest dating company which features a broad range of premium and freemium dating applications.

Source credit: https://www.spark.net/news-releases/news-release-details/spark-networks-announces-successful-migration-edarling-spain

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