Amazon invests in a company that operates worldwide and provides enterprises with the tools to move to the cloud.
Israeli cloud integration services company AllCloud and Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced today that they have signed a strategic agreement under which AWS will invest more than $30 million in an Israeli company to encourage the use of cloud computing in Israel, Globes reports.
The Israeli company operates worldwide and provides enterprises with the tools to move into the cloud. Among Israel’s customers are Amdocs Ltd. (Nasdaq: DOX ), Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. (Nasdaq: CHKP ) and LivePerson Inc. (Nasdaq: LPSN ); TASE: LPSN ). AllCloud specializes only in integration of AWS services, not competing services of Google, IBM, Oracle and Microsoft. AllCloud also represents SalesForce.
AllCloud, headquartered in San Francisco and with its development center in Rosh Ha Ain, was founded in 2014 by Josie Frankel and Lahaw Savir through the merger of Blat-Lapidot and Emind. Eran Gil has served as CEO since 2016.
Gil said: “This strategic partnership agreement not only strengthens our relationship with AWS, but also allows our customers to quickly increase the value they receive from AWS and move more quickly to a state of continuous cloud innovation. Working with AWS over the past twelve years, we have accumulated extensive knowledge and experience in the field of AWS and look forward to leveraging these resources to help more customers realize the value of AWS as the foundation for their cloud computing and digital transformation initiatives.
“As a leading consulting partner for AWS, AllCloud is continually demonstrating its ability to benefit AWS customers by earning the trust and support of our team,” said Doug Yum, head of the global partner organization Amazon Web Services, Inc. “We are excited to continue and expand our relationship with AllCloud strategically as it builds and expands its professional and managed services to support customers across multiple industries in their migration and modernization.