FutureProof Takes Home Top Honors for EMEA Emerging Partner of the Year
London, December 10th, 2018.
FutureProof has been selected as one of ten CloudHealth Partner of the Year award winners, which were recognized at AWS re:Invent 2018.
Selected for technical ability, business performance, and growth, Partner of the Year winners were chosen from among hundreds of service providers worldwide. CloudHealth CEO Tom Axbey described them as “standouts, even among a group of high performers” and reflective of how fundamental partners are to the DNA of CloudHealth.
FutureProof was awarded top honors in the EMEA Emerging Partner of the Year category.
“This award recognizes companies that deliver significant value – both to their own customers as well as to the CloudHealth partner program,” said Bob Kilbride, Senior Director of Channel Sales at CloudHealth. “FutureProof has demonstrated a commitment to service excellence and cloud innovation that puts them in the top tier of service providers.”
Through its partnership with CloudHealth, FutureProof is able to deliver a highly effective cost management and governance service enabling enterprise cloud users to control costs and ensure they run optimised and well-purchased cloud environments.
“For enterprise organizations managing cloud spend across multiple accounts and multi-cloud is challenging. Our highly valued partnership with CloudHealth enables us to support customers in managing their cloud spend and governing their cloud environments,” said Geoff Davies, Co-founder and Director of FutureProof.
FutureProof are a technology consulting company that works with large organisations to deliver effective change programmes in complex environments. The company has a wide range of experience across many sectors and a track record of delivering strategic initiatives.
FutureProof executes highly successful cloud adoptions using its unique in-house developed “AppScore” platform for large scale migrations and datacenter exits.
Through its CloudControl offering the company enables cloud users to manage their cloud spend and govern their environments.