Contino Scoops Up Two ‘Partner of the Year’ Awards at AWS Summit Sydney!
Absolutely massive news out of Sydney earlier this week as Contino scooped up not one, but two ‘Partner of the Year’ awards at the 2019 AWS Summit!
The first award, for A/NZ Differentiation Partner of the Year in Application Transformation and Migration, comes off the back of our work helping our enterprise clients smoothly achieve large and complex cloud migrations; making sure they get the most out of the AWS cloud through modern ways of working and modern architecture patterns driven by cloud native computing.
The second award was the APAC APN Differentiation Partner of the Year, with Contino recognised as the most highly regarded partner for delivering end-to-end digital transformation on the public cloud. This award highlights our capabilities across a range of transformation disciplines, including DevOps, cloud, data, analytics and security.
Damian Coyne, Director of Partnerships, Contino commented: “AWS’ recognition of our capabilities in both A/NZ and more broadly APAC shows that we are on the right path as a leader in digital transformation across our advanced Data, DevOps, Migration and Cloud adoption pillars. We’ve invested a great deal in the partnership and couldn’t be prouder to build on these accolades both through APAC but also through the growing global partnership.”
These awards cement our reputation as the go-to value-add partner when it comes to DevOps, Data, Migration and Cloud Native Computing on AWS. (And we nearly made it a triple whammy, featuring also as a finalist for Consulting Partner of the Year! Next time…!)
Craig Howe, MD, Contino APAC commented: “Everyone is thrilled that we managed to pick up these two awards. It vindicates the fantastic value that our teams have been delivering for clients across all industries, transport, energy, financial services and more. We put all our effort into focusing on how we can really use the cloud to supercharge our clients’ business strategy, so it’s great to have that recognised.”