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Xerris Achieves AWS Advanced Consulting Partner Accreditation

Calgary software engineering company joins an elite group of consulting firms

CALGARY, Alberta , June 25, 2020 /CNW/ -- Today, Xerris announced that it has reached the second-highest tier in Amazon Web Services (AWS) partner network – AWS Advanced Consulting Partner. AWS is the largest provider of cloud computing services in the world.

"We are incredibly proud of earning the AWS Advanced Partner status," said Jonathan McCracken , CTO at Xerris. "This accreditation demonstrates our expertise and focus on cloud-native microservices and infrastructure as code on AWS."

The accreditation also speaks to Xerris's track record of successfully migrating digital applications from static hosting environments to a fully managed cloud infrastructure.

Xerris played a key role in delivering a world-class last-mile delivery solution for BURNCO Landscape Centres Inc allowing it to accelerate its order delivery and tracking platform.

"Xerris continues to be a leader in the technology and digital transformation space bringing in high-quality talent, attention to detail, and a drive to put their client's vision first in all of their deliverables," said Morgan Martel , President of BURNCO Landscape Centres Inc.

The advanced partner accreditation allows Xerris to work more closely with AWS, ensuring the Calgary -based consulting group continues to develop its expertise and deliver high-quality architecture on the AWS Cloud. 

About Xerris

Xerris works with its clients to craft innovative cloud-focused solutions to complex business problems. They specialize in cloud migration, digital transformation, and microservice deployments leveraging the AWS cloud platform.

Contact:
Jeremy Tooley , CEO
Xerris Inc.
Phone: 587-327-9997
Email: jeremy@xerris.com

Web: https://www.xerris.com 

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