InfoReliance announced June 13 that the company has been named an approved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Managed Service Provider (MSP) for the third consecutive year. Through the agreement, InfoReliance will continue to provide technical and business benefits to deliver cloud services as managed business solutions to AWS customers.
“Over the past five years, AWS has selected InfoReliance as a strategic partner to develop, deploy, and manage their cloud platform as customer solutions and has consistently recognized us as for our cloud expertise and capabilities,” InfoReliance Executive Vice President of Cloud Services John Sankovich said. “We are seeing customers in both the public and private sectors embrace our managed services model, as well as our ability to provide them with all the benefits of the cloud through our comprehensive offerings, including resale, consulting and managed services.”
The AWS MSP program required InfoReliance to meet certain criteria and demonstrate that it has specific capabilities, processes, frameworks, and methodologies in place to excel at offering customers secure, fully managed cloud solutions in the AWS platform. The required criteria cover Security, Service Desk/Customer Support, Service Level Agreements, Customer Obsession, and Service Reporting across all of the AWS core services platform.
The AWS Managed Service Program (MSP) recognizes partners that are skilled at cloud infrastructure and application migration, and deliver value to customers by offering proactive monitoring, automation, and management of their customers’ environments.
In addition, AWS also recognizes MSP partners for business capabilities based on application migration, hybrid IT expertise, custom application development, and industry expertise and technical capabilities based on application development, data management, mobile apps and end-user support.
InfoReliance was among the first companies to earn this certification when the AWS MSP program was initially announced, and is now one of only 23 companies in the U.S. to be a member.