Centric recently announced a partnership deal with Amazon Web Services (AWS), joining the global AWS Partner Network (APN) to build a market, and sell AWS cloud offerings in Kenya.
In a statement issued by the company, Centric’s Managing Director of Cloud Services, Margaret Mumbi noted that Partnering with AWS will allow the company to offer an expanded portfolio of cloud-based products to its existing and potential clients.
“As AWS Consulting Partners, we are looking to accelerate customers’ journey to the cloud by designing, building, migrating, and managing workloads as well as applications for clients. By leveraging AWS technologies, we now have the ability to build custom solutions to complex problems for our clients,” she said.
These innovative and cost-effective solutions will be immediately available to organizations of all sizes including SMEs, Enterprises, Government entities as well as non-profit organizations.
Mumbi also noted that the numerous disruptions brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic have driven organizations to look for tools and solutions that promote productivity, efficiency, and collaboration whilst allowing remote working. Centric has therefore positioned itself to continuously innovate and provide cloud-based solutions that meet the flexibility, scalability, and performance needed to meet client demands.
The company currently offers solutions in computing, storage, back-up and recovery, managed services, desktop as services, database, and analytics.
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