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Siteworx to Use Amazon Web Services for Web Content Management Cloud Deployments

RESTON, VA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/29/13 -- Siteworx, an award-winning digital agency, announced that it will use Amazon Web Services (AWS) to provide its enterprise clients access to a complete suite of services and management portfolio that will provide fast, flexible access to the cloud. Since 2006, Amazon Web Services has provided a highly reliable, scalable, low-cost, hybrid infrastructure platform that powers hundreds of thousands of businesses in 190 countries around the world.

Siteworx will now be able to provide a hybrid infrastructure solution that is cost-effective, easy to manage, and reduces time-to-market. Working with Amazon Web Services will allow Siteworx to offer clients a fully-managed hosting solution in the cloud that includes: user management, diagnosis and triage, software upgrades, log analysis, release and post-release support, continuous integration, database management, and more.

"Our managed services line of business provides streamlined provisioning and specialized WCM expertise, hosting global deployments of Adobe CQ, SDL Tridion and Sitecore, among others. Working with Amazon Web Services will further expand our WCM managed services offerings, and will provide us increased flexibility to address our enterprise clients' dynamic needs," states Justin Stayrook, Siteworx VP of Technical Services.

Visit our Amazon Web Services (AWS) alliance page to learn more about Siteworx' new relationship with AWS.

About Siteworx, LLC
Siteworx is an award-winning digital agency with deep roots in experience design, web content management (WCM), managed services, and systems integration. For more than a decade, we've tapped an uncommon blend of technology and design know-how to discover, create and deploy best in class web and mobile experiences that deliver business results. Siteworx was named to EContent's 100 Companies that Matter Most in the Digital Content Industry for 2012, the IMA's Top 10 Agencies of 2011 and has been recognized among KMWorld's 100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management for the last three consecutive years. Headquartered in Reston, VA, Siteworx maintains full-services offices in San Francisco, CA, Los Angeles, CA, Atlanta, GA, Cary, NC, Chicago, IL, Rochester, NY and New York, NY. Learn more at www.siteworx.com.

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