AWS solutions can accomplish a variety of problems and tasks including IT needs. Even smaller businesses that have a more limited scope that their businesses cover can look to find some way to upgrade their business operations through what Amazon has to offer. Though it may be intimidating and difficult to adapt to, there is more than enough reason to adopt AWS.
A small business is a privately owned and operated company that has a relatively small number of employees and generates less revenue than a large corporation. The exact definition of a small business can vary depending on the country or industry in which it operates, but it generally refers to a company that is independently owned and operated and is not dominant in its field. Small businesses are typically classified as those with fewer than 500 employees, although the threshold can be higher or lower depending on the context.
The Amazon Cloud can help alleviate most issues involving transitioning the cloud. Businesses of any scope can hope to build solutions that are scalable and adaptable to their industry of work. Smaller or minority-owned businesses may still struggle to stand out among bigger companies or make an AWS environment as efficient as possible with fewer funds to spend. To alleviate these burdens, Amazon has the Think Big With Small Business program available through their Public Sector partnership program.
The AWS Think Big for Small Business Program is an outreach program designed to provide small and/or minority-owned public sector organizations support in the form of business intelligence, technical expertise, and marketing strategies. With cloud-based solutions and experience, various public institutions globally have seen continued success in government, educational, and nonprofit sectors. While the funding provided can help significantly to meet business objectives, the expertise on navigating the cloud and how to extend outwards towards customers is just as critical.
At the time of writing, AllCode recently entered AWS’ Think Big for Small Business Program, granting us better reach in the public sector. This article is meant to review what that means for our potential clients and how they can benefit from working with partners of the Think Big for Small Business Program.
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