DLT to Market Software Products on AWS Marketplace

DLT Solutions has joined an Amazon Web Services program to market products from independent software vendors.

DLT said Tuesday it will act as a consulting partner under the AWS Marketplace Consulting Partner Private Offers program and will work to automate the process for customers to buy software and service offerings.

"Our customers are demanding flexible consumption and contract models and the 'one-click ease' of purchase capability that the AWS Marketplace offers," said Danny Climo, vice president of sales at DLT.

Climo added that the CPPO program allows the company to leverage an enterprise e-commerce tool designed to help accelerate the distribution of the software products.

Clients can use the AWS Marketplace management console to subscribe to the program via DLT.

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