Trianz expands partnerships with AWS and ServiceNow

24 July 2020 2 min. read
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Digital transformation consulting and technology services firm Trianz has expanded its partnership mandate with two global IT vendor: Amazon AWS and ServiceNow.

A long-stand partner of both vendors, Trianz helps clients implement, improve and maintain their Amazon AWS and ServiceNow applications. Companies use Amazon AWS for their cloud transformations, while ServiceNow provides software that helps them digitise the workflows and processes within their operations, with a focus on IT Service Management (ITSM).

Trianz kicked off its relationship with Amazon AWS back in 2013, and over the years the firm has added different certifications to its roster, including becoming an AWS Managed Service Provider partner in 2016, following by the Advanced Consulting Partner certification and Strategic Go To Market Partner of AWS. 

Now, the consulting firm has added the AWS DevOps Competency status to its list, demonstrating Trianz’s ability to provide focused continuous integration & continuous delivery, monitoring, logging and performance management, and infrastructure as code services.

Trianz expands partnerships with AWS and ServiceNow

To receive the designation, consultancies must undergo rigorous technical validation related to DevOps, as well as an assessment of the security, performance, and reliability of their Amazon Web Services (AWS) solutions. "We are delighted that AWS recognizes the strength, depth and quality of our DevOps capabilities,” said Sameer Zaveri, Vice President in the Cloud Practice at Trianz. “This validation underlines our proven expertise in helping customers adopt Agile and DevOps practices.”

Eric Lucas, a Director in the Cloud Practice, added: “Our unique methodology for implementing DevOps use cases supported by the latest tools and technologies provides business agility to our customers, which is critical in this digital economy.” 

Meanwhile, Santa Clara headquartered ServiceNow ‘promoted’ Trianz to Premier Partner, from the previous level of Specialized Partner. The advancement comes on the back of a growing track record in the field, said KC Sreeram, a Vice President in the Infrastructure practice of Trianz. “It recognizes Trianz successfully meeting the ServiceNow partner assessment methodology criteria of the 4Cs [committed capacity, competency, customer success and capability] and go-to-market maturity.” 

“We have delivered several innovative solutions leveraging ServiceNow to help our customers address a variety of challenges while enabling new capabilities,” added Ganeshan Venkateshwaran, a President at Trianz. 

As a ServiceNow Premier Partner, Trianz will be able to expand its remit, and now provide consulting and implementation services with advanced automation capabilities. Trianz’s core capabilities in ServiceNow platform include ITSM, ITOM, ITBM, OI and SAM, serving clients globally.