This is in recognition of Umbrella's commitment to growing AWS business in India
Umbrella Infocare has won the Best AWS Partner Network (APN) Consulting Partner Award in recognition of its commitment to growing AWS business in India. A member of the elite Competency Partnership Program, Umbrella currently holds competency in two capabilities—Managed Services and DevOps. Umbrella has been aggressively expanding its employee base and set up a new AWS team in Mumbai during the last fiscal.
Each year AWS honors leaders amongst its partner network who have played key roles in helping customers drive innovation and build solutions on AWS Cloud. APN Partners are dedicated to helping AWS customers build, market, and sell their offerings so they can grow a successful Cloud business.
The company has been expanding its capabilities adding more areas of expertise spanning Managed Services, Cloud Migration, DevOps, Big Data & Analytics and Cloud-native application development. New business initiatives such as Big Data & Analytics and Cloud-native application development gathered momentum during the last fiscal with significant projects and larger teams.
As the trusted advisor, the company has facilitated next level of Cloud adoption by designing,developing and implementing complex deployments that include microservices architecture using containers and serverless, Cloud-native applications and setting up comprehensive data strategies for customers.
Speaking about the achievement, Gurprit Gulati, Founder Director says, “We are humbled by the recognition and thank AWS team for the continuous support and guidance. The award vindicates Umbrella’s commitment to strengthening AWS capabilities while establishing deep relationships with customers.
Adds Sanjay Aggarwal, Founder Director, Umbrella Infocare, “This is a proud achievement for the company and we extend appreciation to AWS and Umbrella team for helping us grow from strength to strength. We shall continue to focus on strengthening our AWS practices by acquiring more competencies during the current fiscal.”