AlphaPoint Technology, Inc. to Participate in Key Strategic Meetings with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and PSL Partner
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SOURCE AlphaPoint Technology, Inc.
SARASOTA, Fla., Oct. 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- AlphaPoint Technology, Inc., (APPO) a leader in DCIM and ITAM solutions for global enterprises, announced it will participate in key strategy meetings with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and its Go-to-Market partner PSL, to better help AssetCentral™ customers understand the value of integrating their on premise enterprise applications to the AWS cloud, while acquiring needed data center and asset inventory services. The initial meeting is being held at the AWS headquarters in Herndon, Virginia today, with subsequent meetings expected as our business plan continues to unfold.
About AlphaPoint Technology:
AlphaPoint Technology provides Data Center and IT Asset Management Software. AssetCentral™ is an easy-to-use, web-based IT Asset Management and Data Center Infrastructure Management solution designed to simplify data center operations, streamline processes and implement best practices. To learn more, please visit: www.alphapointtechnology.com.
PSL is an experienced government contracting firm that provides a unique blend of technology products, services and advisory capabilities to solve organizational, information and management challenges. To learn more of our services, please visit: www.PSLSolutions.com
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