Dynamo6 has been appointed as a Google Cloud Partner in New Zealand, joining a growing network of cloud specialists across the country.
The cloud services provider becomes the first Waikato born-and-bred company to sign up to the tech giant’s ecosystem, with two senior systems engineers, Andrew Milne and Dominik Feiler, gaining certifications.
“This partnership is indicative of Google Cloud’s approach to building a network of the best experts nationwide,” Dynamo6 managing director, Igor Matich, told Reseller News.
“There are many Waikato businesses looking at cloud transformations and when it comes to working with anyone on a change like this, being local is best.”
In adding capabilities across the Google Cloud Platform (GCP), the move caps a strong five years of growth for Dynamo6, with the business expanding from Hamilton into Auckland and the Bay of Plenty.
Central to such growth has been the provider’s extensive work with G Suite and Google Chrome, including migrating and optimising operational processes, particularly in education.
For Matich, becoming a Google Cloud partner adds to Dynamo6’s existing expertise across the vendor’s portfolio of solutions, allowing the business to offer a full suite of cloud services alongside Amazon Web Services and Microsoft.
“Some call this an agnostic approach to the cloud but we think this is a very passive description,” Matich added. “Where we see our role as being very active in understanding a business first and then guiding it on the best cloud platform, or multi-cloud approach, for now and into the future.
“We are delighted we fit the Google Cloud mould as a partner, as a specialist and collaborator, a developer of apps and builder of code. They are a discerning global player, developing a network of great partners – we’re in very good company.”
Founded in 2012, Dynamo6 specialises in cloud computing, mobile, web and app development solutions, with key customers including Kiwi Property and Foster’s Construction.
The partnership comes as Google Cloud actively seeks on-the-ground expertise specific to the Kiwi channel, as global cloud ambitions become local realities.
This article was first published on ReSeller News, 16 March, 2018.