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Twitter signs enterprise partnership agreement with Australian start-up

Brolly has become one of an exclusive group of worldwide companies with a formalised enterprise partnership with Twitter. Although a seamless transition for Brolly’s users, the partnership covers their ability to access 100% of their Twitter conversations, with the highest level of iron-clad protection, going forward. Nathan Cram, Brolly’s founder and managing director says, “We’ve […]

Brolly has become one of an exclusive group of worldwide companies with a formalised enterprise partnership with Twitter.

Although a seamless transition for Brolly’s users, the partnership covers their ability to access 100% of their Twitter conversations, with the highest level of iron-clad protection, going forward.

Nathan Cram, Brolly’s founder and managing director says, “We’ve strengthened our data collection mechanisms and our ability to provide valuable real-time insights to our customer base, by formalising our relationship with Twitter.

“Establishing these formal relationships provides Brolly with a sense of stability and confidence going forward. It positions us as a major player in the eyes of Twitter.”

The enterprise agreement provides Brolly with access to an enterprise version of the Account Activity API and Twitter’s compliance enterprise firehose.

The company is only one of a handful of companies in Australia that has qualified to become a Twitter enterprise partner.

According to Nathan, Brolly is also Australia’s only social media archiving company that fulfils all social media archiving laws that require Australian government agencies to archive and store their social media activities onshore.