Need help taking your business into the cloud? Bulletproof would like to provide that help.
Cloud services provider Bulletproof has added a professional services arrow to its quiver, based on its December 2014 acquisition of the cloud consultancy Pantha Corp.
Bulletproof Professional Services appears to be aimed at companies intent on rapid growth as well as large established players. Existing clients include Dan Murphy's and Sydney Airport.
According to the company, the addition of a professional services team - which has more than 30 consultants - means Bulletproof can take a client's idea from concept to deployment.
"It's estimated that only 10 per cent of the computing workloads that can be implemented on cloud computing, currently are," said CEO Anthony Woodward. The company hopes to serve its clients better by becoming involved earlier in the process of adopting cloud computing for particular purposes.
Bulletproof is an Amazon Web Services premier consulting partner, and a VMware enterprise service provider.