IN4.0 will continue to support firms to accelerate to the cloud as it extends its relationship with Amazon
The North West-based tech organisation has recently achieved Amazon Select Partner status demonstrating its technical proficiency with success in helping enterprise customers step up towards cloud adoption.
IN4.0 is a leading provider of training, consultancy and digital transformation services and also manages digital innovation hub, The Landing at MediaCityUK, Salford.
Now, IN4.0 has joined the Amazon Partner Network (APN), the global community of partners who leverage the Amazon platform to build cutting-edge digital solutions for customers.
The group, led by tech entrepreneur Mo Isap, is aiming to establish the North West as the place for pioneers in the fourth industrial revolution, supporting businesses with the latest Industry 4.0 training courses and business services to ensure they are amongst the earliest adopters of industrial digital technologies.
As an AWS Select Partner, IN4.0 will bring the best industrial IoT, data analytics, AI, cyber, and machine learning experts together to deliver proof of concept, business use cases, and rapid prototyping.
Mo Isap, CEO of IN4.0, said: “We are proud to be recognised as an Amazon Web Services Select Partner. The Amazon platform provides us with the opportunity to develop, scale and innovate faster than ever, whilst delivering a world class service to our clients.
“It also acknowledges the diverse talent and technical expertise we have within IN4.0 and the success we have had delivering strategic business outcomes for clients.
“This not only builds on our strong relationship with Amazon in the region but will also bring additional benefits to our customers and recognises the digital transformation solutions that we can provide.”
He added: “The pandemic has accelerated the need for businesses to adopt digital technology into their existing systems or develop new ones.
“The team at IN4.0 is supporting companies across the North West by introducing digital processes so they can quickly recover and future proof their businesses in 2021 and beyond.”