Highstreet IT Solutions, LLC., a leading Oracle ERP consulting and managed services firm, is pleased to announce that it has achieved Standard Consulting Partner status in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN).
APN Consulting Partners are professional services firms that help customers design, build, migrate and manage cloud solutions built on AWS. To qualify for the APN Standard Consulting Partner tier, partners must meet thorough requirements that demonstrate their AWS expertise, capabilities, and engagement in the AWS environment.
“We are excited to continue the expansion of our relationship with AWS and share these benefits with our clients,” states Kerby Lyons, Vice President, Managed Services at Highstreet. “Leveraging our expertise and experience with mission-critical Oracle applications, Highstreet is keenly positioned to support our customer’s digital transformation while meeting their changing business needs.”
Earning the APN Standard Consulting Partner designation affirms Highstreet’s commitment to AWS, our knowledge of all AWS has to offer, and that we have the experience to recommend and build solutions that best meet our client’s business needs. Greg Furst CEO of Highstreet adds “We are dedicated to pursuing additional AWS competencies to provide further expertise and value to our clients.”
Highstreet provides modernization and managed services for enterprise applications and IT infrastructure — on premises, in the cloud, or hybrid. Our unmatched application expertise, technical know-how, and results-driven approach have enabled more than 800 organizations to drive business value from their technology investments. A recognized Oracle Platinum Partner and Oracle Standard Cloud Partner, Highstreet has been delivering solutions since 1997 with a sole focus on PeopleSoft and Oracle applications. Our managed application services are a complete business-driven application management solution that allows our customers to achieve high levels of performance, availability, agility, and control while reducing the costs of managing their applications.