In the News

AWS Public Sector Partner


Infiniti recognized as a member of the AWS Public Sector Partner Program

November 29, 2016 Infiniti announced today that it has been selected for inclusion in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Public Sector Partner Program. The AWS Public Sector Partner Program recognizes companies with a strong overall AWS practice, and demonstrates their experience and readiness to support government, education, and/or non-profit customer missions. Virtually all state government agencies and local government entities will move some or most of their IT infrastructure to the cloud in the next few years. “Infiniti made many strategic investments in cloud technology and services the last couple years to position itself as California’s leading public sector cloud services provider,” said Infiniti’s CEO Scott Sanders. Sanders added, “Infiniti can provide public sector customers with advanced cloud services engineering and access to the world’s largest, most innovative and secure cloud infrastructure and software.” Infiniti was recently awarded a 5-year cloud services agreement by the California Community Colleges Technology Center (CCCTC) to provide AWS DevOps, Architecture and Migrations services for the CCCTC. “We’re pleased to select Infiniti as our cloud services partner to help with the important work of implementing a more flexible, scalable, efficient and secure cloud based services architecture,” said Tim Calhoon, Executive Director of the CCCTC. “We went through a rigorous public RFP process and the Infiniti/AWS bid was the strongest. Infiniti demonstrated that it is a highly qualified, progressive, and skilled cloud services organization." With help from the AWS Public Sector Partner Program, Infiniti demonstrates leadership and experience in providing cloud service solutions to public sector businesses. Working on large scale projects with the CCCTC and other government entities such as the State Treasurer's Office, allows Infiniti to provide expert guidance while navigating the complexities of migrating to the cloud.