Intent Solutions Group is pleased to announce that it has been accepted into the prestigious AWS Activate Program which is specifically designed to enable technology startups to accelerate their GTM strategy and product development.
More specifically, the AWS Activate Program allows startups to gain access to as much as $100,000 in AWS promotional credits. AWS Activate also provides credits toward AWS Business Support with 24×7 access to cloud support engineers, free or discounted training as well as special offers for the best tools including Slack, Twilio, Intercom, and Atlassian. From a go to market perspective, AWS Activate gives startups access to marketing support, discounted advertising services, as well as help selling on Amazon.com and the opportunity to gain exposure by being featured on the AWS Startup Blog, Startups on Air, or speak at an AWS event.
Robert Rae, CEO and President of Intent Solutions Group, stated:
We are pleased to bring even more value to our client relationships through AWS Activate. Our deep partnerships and acceptance into programs like AWS Activate really are key differentiators. Our clients and prospective clients tell us all the time that they need more than just great technologists; they need great partners. This is just one example of us being a great partner to our clients.
Intent Solutions Group is a technology consulting company that provides comprehensive services in R&D, strategy, technology, and operations in support of the business challenges faced by Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and technology focused enterprise organizations. ISG’s mission is to help ISVs and technology focused organizations solve the most complex software development challenges in the world. Headquartered in the Boston area with offices in Europe and Austin, Intent Solutions Group has extensive expertise in all areas of Software Product Development. Intent Solutions Group partners with global technology leaders, including AWS and Microsoft to help clients drive innovation, overcome resource constraints in a demanding new digital world.