Fujitsu ANZ scores AWS MSP status

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Fujitsu ANZ scores AWS MSP status

Fujitsu ANZ has been accredited as managed service provider (MSP) by and for Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Scoring the accreditation requires membership of the AWS Partner Network (APN), at least four recent customer references, a stack of certifications and an exhaustive audit of a potential MSP’s capabilities.

Nick Herbert, Fujitsu’s head of cloud portfolio, said “Creating tailor-made enterprise transformations with our customers is where Fujitsu delivers true value. Doing this, whilst leveraging the strength of AWS, is a central theme in creating a digital springboard with our customers.”

Local rivals that have already attained the accreditation includes Arq Group, Datacom and AC3, while global SIs like Accenture and DXC also bring the necessary skills to bear in Australia and beyond.

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