Fujitsu has reached the status of official managed services provider (MSP) by Amazon Web Services (AWS).
The accreditation, which Fujitsu received after an auditing process, is based on a strategic collaboration with AWS by delivering AWS-related solutions for enterprise and government customers and is
The cloud provider considered its AWS MSP status to be a key component of its cloud offering.
Nick Herbert, head of cloud portfolio for Fujitsu A/NZ, led the program that achieved MSP status for the cloud provider, referring to the AWS accreditation standards as “rigorous”.
“The unique and global customer use cases that Fujitsu has with AWS are inspiring and I am immensely proud of the Fujitsu-AWS team,” Herbert 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.”
The cloud provider plans to use its new MSP status to leverage its cloud infrastructure and application migration skills to proactively monitor, automate and manage the environments of its customers.
Fujitsu joins the rank of AWS MSP alongside AC3, Arq Group, Datacom, Equinix, Telstra and Versent.
These businesses are those with APN (Amazon Partner Network) status that have reached the highest level of experience for migrating customers over to the AWS cloud and optimised the workload throughout the migration.