AWS is excited to unveil the 2022 Partners of the Year from Canada. Announced during the AWS Toronto Partner Summit, the awards recognize AWS Partner Network (APN) members who have demonstrated outstanding results and innovation using AWS products and solutions. Their expertise allows AWS customers in a wide range of industries—from finance to sports, startups to the public sector—to transform their industries and solve the most difficult business challenges.
PCBL Limited has produced carbon black for over 60 years and established a presence in over 40 countries. As the company grew, it sought an opportunity to build operations that scale. However, its legacy, on-premises infrastructure was approaching end of life. PCBL Limited worked with IBM to support its move to SAP S/4HANA on AWS, and IBM helped identify processes to modernize and provided training and support to get both its data and employees comfortably settled in the new landscape.
Wipro moved Schneider Electric’s crucial on-premises SAP system onto AWS, completely re-architecting the system for the cloud, changing the operating system, upgrading databases, and migrating terabytes of data to AWS. The partner and customer both sought a goal larger than reducing the physical data center footprint: they aimed to improve digital supply chain operations and enhance the performance of Schneider Electric’s industrial automation business.
Within its vehicle data warehouse, global manufacturer Toyota North America can follow each vehicle’s origin story, from manufacturing plants to dealerships around the world. Using a next-generation data lake developed by Infosys Cobalt and built on AWS, Toyota North America can collect and analyze data from different manufacturing plants. Toyota North America also gathers supply chain data, such as where the car was manufactured and where it is shipping.
Please join us in congratulating our 2022 AWS Partners of the year from ASEAN! Each year, we honor members of the AWS Partner Network (APN) who are leaders in the channel and play key roles in helping customers drive innovation and build solutions on AWS. Announced throughout the year, AWS Partner Awards recognize a wide range of born-in-the-cloud and traditional services and software partners whose business models have embraced specialization and collaboration.
Like many of today’s leading media and streaming platforms, PBS wanted to take its overall user experience to the next level. That’s why PBS approached AWS Premier Tier Consulting Partner ClearScale, a leader in machine learning. ClearScale came up with a detailed roadmap for tackling PBS’s recommendation system project that included data operations, MLOps, and demonstrational user interface. Together, PBS and ClearScale decided to move forward with an AWS-powered solution on top of Amazon Personalize.
Watch Brasil is a provider of streaming services for 400 internet service providers (ISPs) in Brazil. Learn how Watch Brasil grew its subscriber base to 500,000 and reduced piracy to zero after launching a next-generation streaming television service powered by Kaltura. Within the first 6 months after launching the streaming service, Watch Brasil was streaming a wide array of content, including news, general entertainment, comedy and drama series, and sports.
Superior Integrated Systems (SIS), an integrator of custom-built test equipment and data acquisition systems, launched new services during the pandemic to help their customers satisfy specific product test requirements. Learn how AllCloud supported SIS to build a proof of concept, developing the architecture for the desired data-as-a service platform using AWS Control Tower and AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK).
For the leaders at Gamestar+, game night is more than a leisure activity—it’s an avenue to improved social collaboration. Learn how Gamestar+ engaged AWS Partner Integrated Media Technologies, Inc. (IMT) to to deliver live social game experiences on demand to any device that uses a streaming service. With few high-quality social game solutions in the marketplace, Gamestar+ sought to create its own offering on AWS with help from IMT.
For leading esports organization EGL, speed, reliability, and flexibility are essential within their platform to provide a world-class user experience and evolve with future esports trends and video games. When EGL needed to create a next-generation platform, they turned to UK consultancy Code Wizards and AWS for help. The new platform allows EGL to embrace new modes of play and extend the solution directly into mobile games on a large scale.