Tantus Receives AWS ‘Select Consulting Partner’ Status

ExecutiveBiz - Tantus Receives AWS 'Select Consulting Partner' Status

Tantus Technologies, an information technology and management consulting services provider, has been recognized by Amazon Web Services for working to help federal clients develop, implement and manage applications on the AWS cloud platform.

Arlington, Va.-based Tantus said Monday received the Select Consulting Partner status, affirming its commitment to support the U.S. government's Cloud First strategy and pursue other AWS competencies.

The designation reflects an AWS partner's expertise, systems and engagement in the cloud platform.

Tantus will have access to subject matter experts and exclusive services via the AWS ecosystem.

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