ECS to Offer Access to IBM Cloud Platform; John Sankovich Quoted

ECS to Offer Access to IBM Cloud Platform; John Sankovich Quoted - top government contractors - best government contracting event
John Sankovich

ECS has been selected as an authorized provider of IBM's public, private and hybrid cloud offerings.

ECS said Thursday it will utilize its Cloud Center of Excellence platform to provide direct customer access to IBM's cloud suite, which is integrated with artificial intelligence and advanced data technology.

John Sankovich, vice president of cloud solutions at ECS, said IBM has extensive experience in catering to various global enterprises in more than 20 industries.

He added that the IBM Cloud has demonstrated value and flexibility in addressing the cloud demands of the commercial and public sectors.

The Cloud Center of Excellence provides direct resale access to cloud offerings such as consulting and managed services as well as certified architects and optimized scalable products.

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