Mindgrub has been accepted into the AWS Public Sector Partner Program by Amazon Web Services. To become a certified Public Sector Partner, a company must demonstrate a proven history of technical achievement in the nonprofit, education, and government sectors.
Earlier this year, Mindgrub announced the creation of Mindgov, a new division dedicated to service delivery for the public sector. The Mindgov team specializes in web and mobile development, large-scale systems integration, integrated marketing and communications, managed services, infrastructure design and cloud hosting, and team augmentation.
“Being accepted into the AWS Public Sector Partner Program is a testament to the meaningful work our team has done with educational institutions, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies so far, and is a strong platform upon which we can build our public sector practice in the future,” said Mindgrub CTO Jason Michael Perry. “We are proud to align our partnership with AWS with our strategic business goals for 2019 and beyond.”
Mindgrub has been a part of the Amazon Partner Network (APN) as a Consulting Partner since July of 2018. APN Partners must pass a series of rigorous certification examinations and demonstrate exceptional proficiency in the business and technical benefits that AWS has to offer.
For more information on Mindgrub’s public sector services, please visit www.gov.mindgrub.com.