Cloudnexa earns AWS premier consulting partner designation

Sharath Kumar
New Update

PHILADELPHIA, USA: Cloudnexa, an industry leading cloud managed services provider known for helping clients realize the full utility power of cloud computing, today announced that it has been recognized as a Premier Consulting Partner by Amazon Web Services (AWS).


The company was one of twenty two partners to receive this status for 2014 globally. In addition to its Premier Consulting Partner Status the company also recently received its specialization competency in Managed Services, Microsoft SharePoint and Exchange from AWS.

The AWS Premier Consulting Partner designation highlights the top Amazon Partner Network (APN) Consulting Partners globally that have distinguished themselves by investing significantly in their AWS practice, providing exceptional customer service, helping a large number of significant customers run their applications on top of AWS and building a healthy consulting business on AWS.

APN Competencies are granted to APN Consulting Partners who have attained proficiency in a specific specialization or use case. Attaining a competency indicates APN members have differentiated themselves by showing expertise helping clients utilize a specific solution. Cloudnexa has demonstrated its expertise in helping clients with its Managed Services and successful deployment of Microsoft SharePoint and Exchange services in the AWS cloud. The company has a particular expertise in delivering secure and ITAR Compliant services on AWS.

According to Joel Davne, chief executive officer for Cloudnexa:"The entire Cloudnexa team is honored to receive acknowledgement and recognition of our commitment to AWS for our expertise and successes as an AWS partner. As the growth in cloud services continues, Cloudnexa is there, helping clients quickly and efficiently achieve their business objectives in the cloud. Cloudnexa is the only managed service partner in the market offering Cloud Management as a Service, uniquely enabling customers to consume critical services, the same way they consume cloud, in a pay as you go model. This has been a key growth driver for our business and relationship with AWS."