AWS ABS has launched SMB Vidyalaya to develop small businesses in India using the cloud

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has launched SMB Vidyalaya, a technology upskilling program to help small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) use AWS Cloud to digitize their activities and offers. AWS has also expanded its Amazon Digital Suite, a curated set of software solutions developed with local third-party technology providers, enabling SMBs in India to digitize operations and bring their businesses to the Internet.

SMB schools have more than 50 technology education modules designed for SMBs that will help them grow their business. SMB schools are available for small and medium businesses through a hybrid training model, which includes online and private channels.

In addition, AWS is working with SMB-centric organizations such as the World Association for Small and Medium Enterprises (WASME) to raise awareness for programs with SMBs across India through downloadable product brochures, educational course videos and webinars. It plans to equip local professionals with AWS product training and courseware.

“Cloud education is key to the success of India’s large and diverse SMB market, and SMB schools will help SMBs understand the business benefits of digital transformation and enable rapid implementation with AWS and our partners,” said Puneet Chandak, President AWS India and South Asia. Amazon Internet Services Pvt Ltd (AISPL) said.

SMB Schools is a comprehensive educational program that addresses the diverse SMB digital needs and helps expand cloud skills and technology adoption to a wider audience across the country, Chandak added.

As a widely accepted cloud offer, AWS continues to expand its services to support the cloud workload and now includes over 200 complete features for computers, storage, databases, networking, analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI), Internet services. There are. Off Things (IoT), Mobile, Security, among others.

With input from PTI.

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