Learn on Demand Systems Achieves Standard Technology Partner Status in the Amazon Web Services Partner Network

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Learn on Demand Systems, a global leader in providing hands-on learning environments today announced that it has achieved Standard Technology Partner status in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN).

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“Collaborating with AWS allows us to rapidly leverage its services for our hands-on learning solutions,” said Corey Hynes CEO Learn on Demand Systems.

Learn on Demand Systems, a global leader in providing hands-on learning environments today announced that it has achieved Standard Technology Partner status in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN). The new APN status is recognition of Learn on Demand System’s ability to work with customers to create, manage and deliver hands-on environments hosted on AWS. These environments are typically used for instructor-led classes, self-paced courses, events/conferences and software demos.

“Collaborating with AWS allows us to rapidly leverage its services for our hands-on learning solutions,” said Corey Hynes CEO Learn on Demand Systems. “This relationship provides us with access to tools, technologies and expertise to continue to grow our support of AWS and offer even more options to our customers and partners.”

To access Learn on Demand Systems in the APN directory, click here.

About Learn on Demand Systems

Learn on Demand Systems (LODS) is a hands-on learning services organization dedicated to supporting and transforming the way in which technology and computer software knowledge is transferred, measured and assessed. In the last 12 months alone, we have launched over two million labs and delivered over 20,000 classes to more than 300,000 students worldwide. LODS focuses on empowering learning by doing through our platform, strategic partnerships, unrelenting innovation, thought leadership, best practices and managed services. To learn more, visit https://www.learnondemandsystems.com and follow @LodSystems on Twitter.

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