Crayon Group Gains Significant Machine Learning Status With Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Crayon Group Gains Significant Machine Learning Status With Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Crayon accredited as one of first AWS Machine Learning Competency EMEA partners.

London May 10th – Amazon Web Services (AWS), the world’s largest cloud technology provider, has awarded Crayon the status of being one of the first Machine Learning Competency Partners in EMEA. This accreditation means that the Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) specialists from Crayon will work closely with the Machine Learning teams at AWS to drive mutual business advantage.

Crayon Group is already an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner and this APN ML Competency accreditation accelerates and deepens the organisations’ relationship with the world’s largest hyper-scale cloud partner. This will allow Crayon to deliver additional ML services to customers using the AWS Cloud.

One company already benefiting from the advanced capabilities offered by Crayon and AWS around ML is Tine, Norway’s largest producer, distributor and exporter of dairy products.

Explains Harald Volden, director of systems and analytics at Tine Rådgivning: “Tine is on journey to strengthen our analytical capability and competence within in the field of AI. We have started an AI and Machine Learning program together with our partner Crayon Group to harvest the full potential of machine learning throughout our business and we are convinced that AI and machine learning will significantly alter and improve the way we run our business and operations going forward.”

Adds Torgrim Takle, CEO of Crayon Group: “We are very proud to be appointed as one of the first Amazon Web Services (AWS) Machine Learning Competency Partners in EMEA. This supports Crayon’s global ambitions within the strategically important AI and Machine Learning market and demonstrates that the investments we have made in building a world-class AI & Machine Learning Practice are being rewarded by the leading hyper-scale cloud and AI partners.”