Opening of the Nigerian office of Amazon Web Services

The grand opening of cloud computing company Amazon Web Services (AWS)’s first office in Lagos, Nigeria was announced this week. AWS says the opening of its new office in Lagos is part of its efforts to serve the country’s expanding customer and partner base. According to the statement, the office will offer support to businesses of all kinds, including small businesses, large enterprises, and government institutions, as they transition to the AWS cloud.

More information about the Amazon Web Services office in Nigeria

AWS, a Amazon company, provides worldwide customers with website hosting, backup, digital marketing, analytics, application integration, blockchain, networking and other related services. AWS says that by establishing an office in Lagos, it will be better able to handle the increased use of AWS services by customers and partners in Nigeria. With a local presence, AWS will be able to help new and existing customers who want to use AWS products and services to innovate, reduce their IT costs, and grow their business in the cloud.

AWS’ latest investment in Africa, according to the company, is the opening of an office in Lagos. Teams of AWS Account Managers, Partner Managers, Solution Architects, and other support roles Nigerian clients by managing everything from development and test environments to big data analysis; mobile, web and social applications; enterprise business applications; IoT; and critical workloads.

With initiatives like AWS Activate and educational programs like AWS Academy, AWS Educate, and AWS re/Start, AWS also actively promotes Nigerian start-ups and the community. AWS also has a thriving user community in Lagos with hundreds of members hosting neighborhood events for developers to socialize and exchange expertise and best practices.

We look forward to supporting the country’s spirit of innovation and helping our customers accelerate their digital transformation by delivering cutting-edge new goods and services to the people of Nigeria,” said Ms. Abdella, the company’s regional director for the ‘Sub-Saharan Africa. She claims that AWS Academy helps instructors and university students acquire information and skills related to AWS cloud computing to accelerate the cloud-related learning process. According to the Regional Director, University of Benin, University of Jos and Igbinedion University are all members of the AWS Academy in Nigeria.