AWS Marketplace Now Offers Professional Services

AWS Marketplace Now Offers Professional Services

AWS Marketplace Now Offers Professional Services. Now with AWS Marketplace, customers can not only find and buy third-party software but also the professional services needed to support the full lifecycle of those products, including planning, deployment and support.

Now with AWS Marketplace, customers can not only find and buy third-party software but also the professional services needed to support the full lifecycle of those products, including planning, deployment and support. This simplifies the software supply chain including tasks like managing provider relationships and procurement processes and also consolidates billing and invoices in one place.

Until today, customers have used AWS Marketplace for buying software and then used a separate process for contracting professional services. Many customers need extra professional services when they purchase third-party software, like premium support, implementation, or training. The additional effort to support different procurement processes impacts customers’ project timelines and adds a lot complexity to the customer’s organization.

Last year we announced AWS IQ, a service that helps you engage with AWS Certified third-party experts for AWS project work. This year we want to go one step further and help you find professional services for all those third-party software solutions you currently buy from AWS Marketplace.

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