ECS Receives AWS Managed Service Provider Status for Fifth Consecutive Year

Jeff Brody

ECS has been granted Managed Service Provider status a fifth time by Amazon Web Services after it continued to meet stringent technical and operational requirements.

The company said Thursday it proved its capacity to assist customers in all stages of the cloud adoption process during the annual third-party audit process.

According to ECS, the audit included assessments in the areas of business management, program migration, cloud computing and security.

“ECS' audited MSP designation is a key component of our ability to continue helping customers leverage the innovation of the AWS platform, and we're very proud of the unique AWS recognition for our MSP expertise for the fifth year in a row," said John Sankovich, vice president of cloud solutions at ECS.

The Audited MSP initiative seeks to recognize AWS partners' capabilities in the delivery of cloud computing services.

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