Ironside, a Boston-based cloud, data, and analytics consultancy, today announced it is now an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Advanced Consulting Partner. AWS Consulting Partners help customers design, architect, build, migrate and manage cloud solutions built on AWS.
To achieve AWS Advanced Consulting Partner status, AWS Partners must demonstrate AWS knowledge, capabilities, and customer success at scale.
"We’re very proud to be recognized as an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner," said Tim Kreytak, Founder and CEO at Ironside. "This achievement is a reflection of Ironside’s dedication to helping our clients thrive on AWS. We focus on all aspects of managing, delivering and governing data with the purpose of driving business value via an outcome-focused approach to leveraging modern technology. The journey to AWS Advanced Consulting Partner status pushed us to gain valuable understanding of AWS and services like Amazon QuickSight, Amazon SageMaker, Amazon Redshift, and more, which benefits our client engagements."
Ironside, a leading innovator focused exclusively on the areas of Data & Analytics, advises their clients and helps design, migrate, and manage data, analytics and artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) solutions. As an IBM Platinum business partner for over a decade, and an early adopter of CloudPak for Data, Ironside is uniquely positioned to provide transformative solutions for customers looking to deploy IBM based solutions on AWS. Early this year Ironside launched AscendAI, Data Science as a Service running on AWS and heavily leveraging Amazon SageMaker.
See our entry on AWS Partner Network
For additional information visit IronsideGroup.com
Ironside helps companies translate business goals and challenges into technology solutions that enable insightful analysis, data-driven decision making and continued success. We help you structure, integrate and augment your data, while modernizing your analytic environment and improving governance.
View source version on businesswire.com: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20201022005343/en/
John Longmire, Chief Revenue Officer