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BAE Systems achieves AWS Migration Competency

Posted 16 January 2024

BAE Systems has achieved the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Migration Competency, furthering its ability to harness digital transformation and advanced cloud technologies to empower its customers’ missions.

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As a Premier Tier Services and Independent Software Vendor, the Migration Competency designation underscores BAE Systems expertise in cloud migration and enablement.
Daniel Perkins, director, Strategy & Technology partnerships for BAE Systems Intelligence & Security, said: "Our expertise in accelerating our customers’ digital transformation journey was critical to this achievement.

“AWS is a key strategic partner within our Mission Advantage  technology partnership programme and the new competency allows us to drive rapid digital transformation, reduce risks and operational downtime and deliver enhanced mission value for our customers.”
Combined with the more than 400 AWS certifications BAE Systems holds, this new competency reinforces the company’s commitment to collaboration and technology partnerships while solidifying its position in the vanguard of the national security cloud community.

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