Yellow Mango join the AWS Partner Network

We are pleased to announce that Yellow Mango have joined the AWS Partner Network. As an AWS Partner our team have access to the latest technical, marketing and business resources which will allow us to better support our existing and future customers.

As organisations look to differentiate their products and services whilst also seeking cost saving opportunities we believe that by partnering with AWS as an AWS Consulting Partner we can do exactly that. Our decision was reinforced following attendance of the AWS Summit in May, London where we had the opportunity to learn more not only from the AWS team but also from existing partners.

Overview of AWS

If you would like to learn more about AWS or interested in the types of provided you can find out more in the below video.

Whats next?

Expect plenty of updates, as a partner we want to share with you the latest best practices, case studies that will hopefully help you differentiate your products and service offerings. We will be providing real-world use-cases for how the AWS services can help your business; whether its showing how a small business can use S3 to consolidate their file storage, how Machine Learning can be used to better understanding customer behaviours or implementing Amazon API Gateway with Lambda so you can build an Alexa skill.

In order to allow Yellow Mango to move up-to the Standard Partner level and beyond our team will be continuing with AWS Certification training which is well underway and should be completed by the end of summer.

If you would like more information on our services or have a general AWS related query get in touch with us.

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