Amazon’s cloud service AWS selected ADM Cloudtech to join their Public Sector Partner Program, which is the next step in Cloudtech’s strategic plan of offering a wider selection of services to the public sectors in Estonia, the UK, Germany and other European Union countries.
ADM Cloudtech signed a cooperation agreement with cloud services company Primend with whom their goal is to offer organisations in the UK a wide array of IT solutions.
Estonian digital agency ADM Hosting won the British government’s cloud services framework procurement and was added to their national database. This gives the company automatic, simplified access to participate in cloud service procurement offers.
At the end of October, ADM Hosting announced that they were the first Estonian company to become an Amazon Web Service partner. ITuudised asked what it took to achieve this status, what it means exactly and what are the plans for ADM Hosting from their Managing Partner Klemens Arro.
ADM Hosting became the first Estonian company to be recognized by Amazon Web Service with a consultation partner certificate. This became possible after a thorough training session, attestation and proof of the long-term sustainability of the company.