Datapipe (News - Alert), a company that offers a single provider solution for managing and securing mission-critical IT services, recently revealed that Amazon Web Services (News - Alert) (AWS) had named it a Premier Consulting Partner under its Amazon Partner Network (APN).
Officials from AWS explained in a statement that by providing superior customer service consistently, Datapipe enabled the users to run their apps on top of AWS, thus allowing them to build healthy revenue streams based on consulting and training. Also, Datapipe’s determination to provide managed services and infrastructure for outsourced IT and cloud computing positioned the company a bit farther ahead of other members of the AWS Partner Network.
"Datapipe's Managed AWS offering allows our customers to benefit from the flexibility and scalability of the AWS platform, along with the governance and support of Datapipe Managed Services," said Ed Laczynski, Datapipe VP of Cloud Strategy. "Our capabilities and proven track record have positioned Datapipe as a premier and trusted partner within the Amazon Partner network; we're proud they have recognized our commitment with this distinguished honor."
Datapipe provides managed hosting, IT security and data storage for mid to large-sized companies in financial, pharmaceutical and technology industries, as well as boasts popular clients such as Johnson & Johnson and Thomson Reuters (News - Alert). The company offers an esteemed, globally available, high-performance managed cloud computing platform, Stratosphere. This is the company’s signature offering, which is designed to meet enterprise requirements for governance, usability, compliance and interoperability with traditional compute platforms.
Meanwhile, Datapipe has been recognized as one of America’s Most Promising Companies by Forbes. The New Jersey-based company is one of many entrants in the cloud hosting space, but only one of few that holds real promise. The company, which was founded in 1998, raised $176 million in debt and equity funding from TD Securities and ABRY Partners in May 2011, according to Forbes. As of February 2013, Datapipe earned $114 million in sales – a 23 percent increase since 2009.
The company certainly deserves recognition for its many accomplishments!
Edited by Allison Boccamazzo