WCI Joins Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN)

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As a leader in the data industry, WCI has embarked in a new partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to provide services related to strategy, migration and management of data and applications in the cloud. By focusing on acquiring AWS certifications and company-wide AWS training, WCI is positioning themselves as one of the premier partners in the APN.

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AWS makes sense for all sorts of businesses because the platform can grow as your needs grow since you pay only for what you use.

WCI, a leading consulting firm that specializes in data services, has become a consulting partner in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN). As a part of the APN, WCI helps customers strategize, architect, migrate and manage their data and applications on the AWS cloud platform.

The partnership aligns WCI’s long running data services expertise with the industry-leading resources of AWS to enhance WCI’s workforce capabilities in the AWS cloud infrastructure. With this relationship, WCI is better equipped to help customers migrate to the cloud, provide guidance for security concerns, deliver hybrid cloud solution tactics and manage any services related to the cloud.

“This partnership enables WCI’s customers to leverage the flexibility of AWS in combination with WCI’s core services in data strategy” explains Marty Carney, CEO of WCI. “Through this partnership, we enable our customers to have an edge in their own market by being able to use the cloud for their business needs in an agile and cost efficient manner.”

WCI’s focus in the AWS Partner Network includes working with data storage, DevOps, cloud migration, big data projects, and more. WCI has fully certified resources on the AWS platform and continues training and acquiring knowledge to increase the scope of WCI’s AWS competencies.

WCI has successfully used AWS to create an internal application that has benefited from the scalability and flexibility of the platform. “AWS makes sense for all sorts of businesses because the platform can grow as your needs grow since you pay only for what you use. We know our clients are looking for this flexibility and we can help them navigate the cloud in a way that benefits their project goals, whether it’s budget or time.” Chris Hagans COO at WCI describes. “We’re also in an advanced DevOps AWS project with a major airline company and we’re able to use AWS in unique ways to achieve our client’s goals. This kind of fast paced development was never accessible at this rapid rate in the past.”

As the cloud becomes more widely adopted, WCI is poised to help clients of all sizes and industries succeed in the Amazon Web Services Platform, no matter what the scope of the cloud project is.

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