Cloud consultancy Cevo inks multi-million agreement with AWS

02 February 2024 2 min. read
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Cloud consultancy Cevo has inked a multi-million-dollar agreement with Amazon Web Services (AWS), aimed at strengthening its cloud competencies and developing new capabilities across multiple sectors.

Under the agreement, Cevo – an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner – will help its customers accelerate innovation and address industry needs by building and adopting tailored solutions leveraging AWS modernisation, data, and artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities.

Commencing in this month, the collaboration will also see Cevo develop new propositions and solutions, particularly in regulated sectors like financial services, utilities, and the public sector, where Cevo has deep expertise.

Cloud consultancy Cevo inks multi-million agreement with AWS

The three-year partnership further includes joint investment in training to enhance Cevo employees’ AWS cloud skills and capabilities, and maintain proficiency across Cevo’s core practices.

“This collaboration agreement further enhances our deep collaboration with AWS, allowing us to take a major step towards helping customers build and optimise on the cloud faster to drive industry innovation,” said James Lewis, CEO at Cevo.

“AWS will help us scale our already fast-growing business three-fold in three years, and comes as the result of working closely with AWS since 2016 to deliver outstanding value for our joint customers by leveraging cloud and AI technologies.”

Cevo has over the years helped more than 200 organisations in Australia and New Zealand implement AWS-powered solutions, including enterprises such as AMP and David Jones, government agencies, and startups such as Fiduciary Financial Services.

“We are delighted to collaborate with and support the growth of locally owned businesses like Cevo,” said Sarah Bassett, Head of Software at AWS. “This collaboration will see our organisations come together to accelerate the adoption of cloud-enabled technologies including AI and generative AI to drive industry-focused outcomes and enable customers to maximise efficiencies, productivity, and accelerate innovation.”