Arvato Systems wins platinum again at the Service Provider Awards

Another award in the "Managed Public Cloud Provider" category

Arvato Systems again receives platinum at the Service Provider Awards (Copyright: Arvato Systems / Vogel IT Medien)
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  • Arvato Systems again achieves 1st place as "Managed Public Cloud Provider
  • Voting by readers of the IT portals of “Vogel IT-Medien”
Arvato Systems defended its first place - and thus the platinum award - in the "Managed Public Cloud Provider" category at this years’ Service Provider Summit 2021. Once a year, the winners of the Service Provider Award are determined by a reader survey in cooperation with the IT portals of Vogel IT-Medien.

Arvato Systems has been taking part in the Service Provider Award since 2017 and has been named a winner five times in a row. In the first three years, the IT specialist from Gütersloh achieved top rankings with "Gold" in the "Managed Hosting" category. In 2020, this success was crowned for the first time with a platinum award in the "Managed Public Cloud" category. This title could be defended in 2021.

Once again, Jürgen Einfalt, Product Manager Enterprise & Cloud Infrastructure, accepted the coveted award for Arvato Systems. "We are very proud to take first place in the 'Managed Public Cloud Provider' category again this year," said Jürgen Einfalt. "It is a renewed and very exceptional award for our performance in combination with the three hyperscalers and shows that as a multi-cloud service provider, we deliver reliable applications and services for our customers with our strategic partners Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, and Google Cloud Platform."
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