Velocity Technology Solutions Inc., a global leader in enterprise cloud application services, and creator of the Velocity Cloud Application Management PlatformTM (VCAMPTM), announced it has achieved Advanced status in the AWS Partner Network (APN).
“We built our cloud application management platform, VCAMPTM, to transform the way enterprise teams manage and interact with their ERP applications in the cloud,” said Keith Angell, President and CEO of Velocity. “Our Advanced Partner status recognizes our ability to leverage VCAMP and AWS resources to deliver optimized hybrid cloud solutions for our customers, enabling us to modernize their IT and accelerate their cloud journey.”
Velocity helps customers run their most critical enterprise applications and related infrastructure on AWS, including SAP (S/4 on HANA and auto-provisioned HANA), Oracle, JDE, Infor, Kronos and PeopleSoft. Through VCAMPTM, Velocity offers a single management console for application management services in private, public or hybrid cloud environments, including purpose built analytics integrated into the ERP application and infrastructure layer. With over 100 employees holding various AWS certifications, Velocity has the expertise and platform to manage customer’s critical applications in cloud landscapes.
“Velocity brings a wealth of experience providing cloud managed services for our enterprise systems; its VCAMPTM cloud management platform enables us to improve our operations management capabilities and deliver even better service to our customers,” said Ken Morris, Chief Information Officer of Innocor, Inc.
Purpose-built and software-defined to optimize the way applications are delivered within Velocity’s AWS infrastructure, VCAMPTM provides service management, optimization and analytics tiers through a unified multi-cloud application management interface and API. Customers may achieve immediate benefits, including total cost of ownership (TCO) and resource advantages, the ability to provision and deploy applications faster, as well as the capability to increase the volume of successful application updates per month to remain ‘always current’.