TechnoMile Becomes an AWS Tech Partner; Ashish Khot Quoted

Ashish Khot, CEO of TechnoMile

TechnoMile has been designated as a technology partner under an Amazon Web Services program that offers access to the AWS cloud portal for multiple software products.

Customers may avail of flexible deployment and full application stack scaling functions through the use of AWS services, TechnoMile said Wednesday.

In addition, AWS has allowed TechnoMile to market its Analytics tool, a platform designed to provide automated intelligence reports to business managers to validate government contracting opportunities.

“Team TechnoMile is very pleased that their progress over the last year has been recognized,“ said Ashish Khot, CEO of TechnoMile.

“Cost savings and ease of management has provided TechnoMile with the ability to provide our products and services at a competitive price to our customers and to provide continuous innovation to our products.“

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