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Evolver provides complete cloud services as an AWS Public Sector Partner to support government and education customer missions.
Reston, VA – November 29, 2016 – Evolver, Inc., an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN) Standard Consulting Partner and AWS Channel Reseller Partner, and a leading provider of infrastructure and cloud services to government, education, and commercial industries, announced today that it has been accepted into the AWS Public Sector Partner Program. The AWS Public Sector Partner Program recognizes partners with solutions and experience in delivering government, education, and non-profit customer missions around the world.
Evolver is included in the categories of Government, Primary & K-12 Education, and Secondary & Higher Education. Evolver qualified for the Public Sector Partner Program by having a strong overall AWS practice and demonstrating their experience and readiness to support government, education, and non-profit client missions.
Evolver’s capabilities on AWS allow clients to experience flexible, on-demand scalability, access to technical subject matter experts, an increase in return on their investment, and cost savings. Evolver provides the following cloud services on AWS:
- Cloud Migration Services
- Custom Application Development
- Open Source Solutions
- Managed Services
- Strategic IT Consulting
- Systems Integration
David Hayes, Vice President of Evolver said, “Our expertise in deployment and management of cloud services in both government and commercial has benefited our clients with strong cost efficiencies, security, scalability, and flexibility in completing IT engagements and tackling initiatives that were once thought to be out of reach.”