Application management experts TriCore Solutions (TriCore
) have become a Standard AWS Partner Network (APN) Consulting Partner and AWS Channel Reseller Program Partner. TriCore, which has headquarters in Boston, Massachusetts, United States, provides a range of “scalable and reliable managed application, cloud, infrastructure hosting, and consulting services” to business customers. The company caters to around 250 customers globally with services designed to reduce customer costs, raise their service levels, and improve the customer experience. As an APN TriCore will be able to leverage a range of resources designed to help its customers “design, architect, build, migrate, and manage their workloads and applications on Amazon Web Services (AWS)”.
“We’ve seen a lot of demand for AWS support from our existing customers, showing how big of a role it plays in the cloud space and the pace of migration expected to grow in the coming years,” explained TriCore Solutions’ CEO Mark Clayman. “As more companies move parts of their business to the cloud, knowledge of AWS nuances becomes an essential area of expertise for managed service providers to possess. We’re continually innovating at TriCore, expanding our capabilities to respond to industry conditions and the needs of our customers, and our new status as Standard APN Consulting Partner and AWS Channel Reseller Program Partner demonstrates our promise to provide superior services that do just that.”
News of TriCore’s new AWS statuses comes alongside news that Dan Robinson has joined the company as Senior Engagement Manager. Prior to joining TriCore Mr. Robinson was Senior IT Architect of Cloud Infrastructure at biotechnology company Biogen. Before Biogen he had roles at Novartis and GMO. In his new position Mr. Robinson will be in charge of establishing strategies that “meet customer’s present and future infrastructure needs”. He will also manage the design of cloud environments for the company, initially looking at AWS.Do you know of any other industry players taking on new roles? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.