Altron BPS Joins Amazon Web Services APN Training Partners
Igshaan Soules, Managing Director of Altron BPS
Johannesburg, 03 March 2020 – Altron Bytes People Solutions (Altron BPS), recently announced that it has joined the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN) training partnership program to improve its ability to deliver cloud services to various businesses on their cloud adoption journey.
âAchieving APN Training Partner status strengthens our ability to support Altron Group’s key growth area of ââcloud computing,â said Igshaan Soules, Managing Director of Altron BPS.
AWS courses and certifications develop and validate technical knowledge and skills relevant to individuals and organizations that envision, implement, and maintain cloud-based solutions.
Working with AWS, Altron BPS will deliver real-time training at its enhanced broadcast facilities at its Midrand campus. âThrough AWS’s comprehensive training and certification programs, we will further improve our capabilities and responsiveness to our customers’ cloud adoption needs,â says Soules. âThe adoption of cloud technology has become a critical part of the business strategy, especially with its incredible benefits, including lower costs, increased flexibility and better scalability, which are key ingredients for cloud adoption and business agility.
âIT professionals with the necessary cloud skills are in high demand, and we are proud to further expand training and learning opportunities with Altron Bytes People solutions. AWS Classroom training courses, delivered by Altron BPS, give students the opportunity to learn best practices and get live feedback from an expert instructor, âadds Soules.
Altron BPS delivered its first AWS certification training in December 2019. Through AWS certification learning paths and roadmaps, delegates are able to clearly define and track their progress while developing the necessary technical skills. to earn their AWS certification by taking an exam.
AWS plans to launch its Cape Town infrastructure region in the first half of this year. The new AWS Africa (Cape Town) region will have three Availability Zones and offer lower latency to end users in sub-Saharan Africa and allow more African organizations to leverage advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), Internet of Things (IoT), mobile services and more to drive innovation.
âWhen data centers are fully operational, we will be in a better position to provide businesses with end-to-end cloud-based training solutions, drive innovation and increase our training capacity to train AWS certified professionals. We are confident that Altron BPS will be one of the go-to APN training partners for businesses looking to reap the benefits of cloud-based technology solutions, âadds Soules.
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About Allied Electronics Corporation Limited
South African company Allied Electronics Corporation Limited (Altron) invests in telecommunications and information technology, offering ICT services in the areas of cybersecurity, software security solutions, business process outsourcing, skills development, secure transactional solutions, systems integration, cloud computing, managed services, IT infrastructure, distribution of electronic components, fleet management, telematics, data analysis, converged communication services and networks and to broadband and resale of Microsoft software.
The main objective of the group is to provide innovative solutions in the financial technology, health, security and learning and development verticals that have a significant impact on society by addressing the challenges facing communities in South Africa, the continent and beyond, while delivering shared value for all. its stakeholders.
Founded in 1965, Altron is directly present in South Africa, the rest of Africa, the United Kingdom and Australia through its various activities. In addition, the group’s strategic partnerships with leading international technology companies give it access to cutting-edge technological capabilities and products from around the world, particularly in Asia, Europe and North America. The majority of the group’s turnover and workforce comes from the local market in South Africa where the group is based. The Altron group employs more than 8,500 people worldwide.
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Michelle Mogo, Marketing Manager, Altron Bytes People Solutions
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