Linedata makes analytics service and AMP modules available on AWS Marketplace

Rick Steves

The partnership will significantly ease the procurement process for current AWS clients who wish to add Linedata’s services to their portfolio

Linedata, the global provider of asset management and credit technology, data, and services, announced that it has made its Linedata Analytics Service and suite of AMP modules available on AWS Marketplace.

This collaboration underscores Linedata’s adaptability and commitment to fueling its clients’ growth stages by leveraging Amazon Web Services (AWS).

This partnership offers an impressive range of options to clients. They can now opt for fully cloud-based solutions or a hybrid approach, thanks to the integration with AWS. This move is particularly advantageous for firms seeking to transition to new cloud-native technologies while also optimizing their existing ecosystems at their own pace.

“AWS has been our preferred partner for cloud hosting solutions”

Timothée Raymond, Head of Innovation and Technology at Linedata, emphasized the importance of this strategic alliance, stating, “AWS has been our preferred partner for cloud hosting solutions due to its unparalleled scalability and resilience. This collaboration brings significant business benefits to Linedata’s clients, as we continue to put a premium on adaptability and providing diverse options for our clients to access new capabilities faster to improve their competitiveness and drive business.”

Moreover, the synergy between Linedata’s sophisticated analytics and AWS’s robust cloud infrastructure will equip clients with enhanced scalability, resilience, and secure remote access, all key ingredients for success in the rapidly evolving financial services landscape. It also promises an accelerated time-to-market with the availability of Software as a Service (SaaS) options.

The partnership will significantly ease the procurement process for current AWS clients who wish to add Linedata’s services to their portfolio. The AWS Marketplace mechanism allows these clients to apply their existing AWS spend toward purchasing Linedata solutions, streamlining deal management and deployment without necessitating an overhaul of their existing infrastructure.

In the broader context, this move appears to be a win-win for both parties. Linedata not only gains increased exposure via the AWS Marketplace but also aligns its service offerings with a major cloud services provider. Meanwhile, AWS can extend its customer base into Linedata’s specialized financial technology sectors.

The availability of Linedata’s solutions on the AWS Marketplace marks another milestone in the ongoing transformation of how financial technology solutions are accessed and deployed, making them readily accessible to a broader range of potential clients.

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