Syntax Achieves Preferred Partner Status in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network


The cloud services company continues its strong global momentum after a $ 300 million investment and more than 1,500% growth in five years

MONTREAL, November 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Syntax, a leading provider of managed cloud for multi-cloud and mission-critical applications, today announced that the company has achieved Premier Partner status in the AWS Partner Network (APN). As a Primary Partner, Syntax has differentiated itself into the AWS Partner Network by demonstrating its expertise and notable success in helping customers design, build, build, migrate and manage their workloads on AWS.

Over the past five years, Syntax has grown by 1,500%, achieving record growth in the industry. Earlier this year, Syntax acquired Linke to expand SAP capabilities on AWS in EMEA. The company also launched the Syntax and AWS SAP Migration Factory to give customers the confidence they need to quickly, securely, and cost-effectively migrate their mission-critical SAP and integrated applications to AWS. Having already acquired several SAP, MSP and Oracle skills, Syntax is ideally positioned to meet the needs of AWS customers. More recently, Syntax obtained SAP Competency Partner status, obtained its AWS Microsoft Workload Competency and joined the AWS MSP Program. With its new status as an AWS Premier partner and its recent $ 300 million A growth investment, the company will continue to fuel its global expansion while further supporting its customers and employees.

“Syntax has significantly developed its AWS expertise over the past few years and we are delighted to see it culminate with our status as an AWS Premier Partner,” said Christian Primeau, Global CEO of Syntax. “Engaging in innovation is mission critical right now. Businesses unable or unwilling to keep pace with digital transformation will be eclipsed and overtaken by their competitors. With our status as an AWS Premier Partner, our strong financial and global growth position, Syntax will continue to rely on our world-class services and support to further enable our customers’ innovation strategies. “

To be recognized as an AWS Premier Partner, companies must go through a rigorous approval process demonstrating their AWS skills. This involves obtaining accreditations and certifications, demonstrating a long-term investment in their relationship with AWS, and demonstrating extensive expertise in deploying customer solutions on AWS. AWS Premier Partners also have a strong team of AWS trained and certified technical consultants with deep expertise in project management and professional services.

“The entire Syntax team is honored to achieve AWS Premier Partner status after a memorable year for Syntax,” said Marcelo Tamassia, Global CTO of Syntax. “Through continued support from AWS, in addition to our recent investment, Syntax is making significant global advancements that will provide the most comprehensive multi-cloud and multi-ERP solutions to our world-class customers.”

To find out more about Syntax’s services and AWS expertise, visit the company website.

About the syntax:
Syntax provides complete technology solutions to businesses of all sizes with over 800 customers trusting Syntax for their IT services and ERP needs. Syntax is a leading provider of managed cloud for mission-critical business applications. Syntax has an undisputed strength to implement and manage ERP deployments (SAP, Oracle) in a secure, resilient, private, public or hybrid cloud. With strong technical and functional consulting services, along with world-class monitoring and automation, Syntax serves companies in a wide range of industries and markets. Syntax has offices around the world and partners with SAP, Oracle, AWS, Microsoft, IBM, HPE and other global technology leaders. Learn more about the syntax at

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Matthieu roys
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