Announcement provides further proof of the team’s accelerated development.
Cloudscaler is excited to announce that it has been accepted onto the prestigious Amazon Web Services (AWS) ProServe Ready Program for Public Sector Partners.
As an AWS Advanced Public Sector Partner specialising in AWS platform solutions, Cloudscaler is proud to join the prestigious program, which enables customers to procure Cloudscaler services through the AWS Professional Services (ProServe) organisation.
AWS ProServe Ready prepares AWS Public Sector Partners to work seamlessly with AWS ProServe on subcontract engagements. The program was built in response to feedback from Partners and customers regarding the need for a consistent and effective way for AWS ProServe to work with qualified AWS Partners. ProServe Ready leverages the strength of AWS Partners and the strength of the AWS ProServe practice, bringing customers the best of both worlds. To participate in the program, Partners receive training on AWS approaches and best practices. This training complements a Partner’s technical skills and enables a more consistent, seamless, and high-quality customer experience.
As a ProServ Ready partner, Cloudscaler has demonstrated the ability to deliver high-quality, outcome-focused services that help customers get the most out of AWS. It is testimony to the fact that the Cloudscaler team of AWS experts has a deep understanding of AWS services and best practices, and is committed to helping customers succeed.
“We are thrilled to join the AWS ProServe Ready Program, it not only validates our expertise but is also another significant achievement in terms of our accelerated growth and development.” said Neil Butler, CEO of Cloudscaler.
“Joining this program represents a strategic alignment of our goals with AWS and a commitment to delivering exceptional AWS services to our clients. Through this collaboration, we will continue to work hand-in-hand with AWS to ensure our shared customers rapidly realise the value of cloud and therefore achieve their cloud ambitions.’’