OneBlink announced today that it has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Government Competency status. This designation recognizes that OneBlink have demonstrated expertise in working with government customers to deliver mission-critical workloads and applications on AWS.

Achieving the AWS Government Competency differentiates OneBlink as an AWS Partner Network (APN) member that has delivered proven customer success providing specialized solutions aligning with AWS architectural best practices to support the academic experience of teachers and learners and/or improve the operational needs of administrators. To receive the designation, APN Partners must possess deep AWS expertise and undergo an assessment of the security, performance, and reliability of their solutions.

OneBlink enjoys an enviable track record established with customers at all levels of Government since its earliest days. We value every one of our Government engagements and are proud to be one of the first APN ISV partners to achieve AWS Government Competency status,” said Darren Besgrove, CEO. “Our team is driven to provide an innovative, cloud-based App development for government customers that comply with the highest AWS standards.”

AWS is enabling scalable, flexible, and cost-effective solutions from start-ups to global enterprises. To support the seamless integration and deployment of these solutions, AWS established the AWS Competency Program to help customers identify Consulting and Technology APN Partners with deep industry experience and expertise.

Unlike app development ‘tool sets’ that address specific ‘skill sets’, OneBlink is a true collaborative environment that unites an Agencies’ business users and IT, in scalable app development. As a code-option environment, government managers and team leaders can implement app projects in a low/no-code environment and get projects off the ground quickly, safe in the knowledge that IT can take this early work and further enhance it to be enterprise compliant. Government IT departments and contractors can allow the business users to ‘prime’ their projects and have full access to usage analytics to remove the risk of determining which projects will deliver an outcome from a further investment of time and resources.

Referring to their long standing OneBlink solution, Debbie Brookfield, Manager Business Systems, Emergency Operations, Intelligence and Programs with NSW Department of Primary Industries said, “Probably the biggest gains are occurring when we carry out audits. Today, staff are able to carry out more audits more efficiently, so while we’re undertaking more audits and inspections we’re also able to spend more time with our customers.”

About OneBlink
OneBlink has recently rebranded from BlinkMobile. A 100% Australian owned company with a 13-year history in innovative mobile solutions connecting with corporate systems

OneBlink is both a developer of software tools, and a provider of hosted managed services that de-risk and accelerate the development of custom mobile and app-style solutions.

The change of name to OneBlink signified the most significant evolution in the company’s history. OneBlink is now uniquely positioned as a single collaborative app development environment that spans the entire organisation – equally serving the varied needs of business users and inhouse or outsourced IT resources.

From our base in Gosford NSW, our focused team of software developers and cloud operations specialists support a number of SI Partners and direct clients across Australia and New Zealand.

www.OneBlink.io
Media enquiries: Darren Besgrove, CEO +61 418 280764

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