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Kiwi firm named Amazon Web Services consulting partner

Kiwi firm named Amazon Web Services consulting partner

"Aligning with AWS was a strategic decision..."

New Zealand company API Talent have been named by Amazon Web Services (AWS) as a Consulting Partner.

Specialists in implementing Oracle products on AWS, the Wellington-based company provides development operations support and leveraging automation to improve efficiency.

"Aligning with AWS was a strategic decision and we are proud to be recognised and excited at the opportunities for helping our customers on the AWS cloud," says Wyn Ackroyd, CEO and co-founder, API Talent.

"Right now, we're working for a large New Zealand utility, helping them implement an AWS solution that through the elegant benefits of cloud computing, will streamline efficient business growth and assist with the technology roadmap for the foreseeable future"

Ackroyd says API Talent can re-design existing business applications into the AWS cloud as well as traditional lift-and-shift projects and can consult on optimising your expenditure.


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