Beyond by BearingPoint joins AWS ISV accelerate program

Angus Ward of Beyond by BearingPoint

Beyond by BearingPoint, a rapidly growing digital platform solution provider, announced it is joining the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Accelerate Program.

The Program is an exclusive, co-sell initiative for AWS Partners who provide software solutions that run on or integrate with AWS that helps partners drive new business and accelerate sales cycles by connecting the participating ISVs with the AWS Sales organisation.

Beyond’s SaaS-based cloud-native Infonova Digital Business Platform is used to easily integrate AWS’s highly secure and feature rich offerings with CSPs’ own services and third-party solutions. The platform enables CSPs to build their own marketplace for integrated easy-to-use solutions for B2B customers.

Being part of the AWS ISV Accelerate program will allow Beyond to meet customer needs through collaboration with the AWS Sales organisation. Through this collaboration, Beyond’s customers will benefit from rapid set up and deployment of the Infonova digital business platform, ease of integration with well documented Open APIs and the scalability and elasticity that allows customers to start small and scale with the success of the business.

“Service providers are looking to grow revenue by accelerating adoption of new products, services, and business models. Together with AWS we are working to enable CSPs to accelerate the creation, sale, and monetisation of new digital services and smart solutions through CSPs’ own marketplaces. We are very proud to join the AWS ISV Accelerate Program to co-sell with AWS and help our customers use the cloud to innovate faster,” says Angus Ward, CEO, Beyond by BearingPoint.

Learn more about the requirements and benefits of the AWS ISV Accelerate Program and about Beyond by BearingPoint here.

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