Case Study

Aquatic Control: Lake & Pond Management

Shifting infrastructure to Amazon Web Services with a trusted, long-term partner.

Our team had partnered with Aquatic Control, an environmental services firm, for more than five years, helping them expand with various technology solutions. This growth created new infrastructure needs as they added multiple satellite offices. With headquarters in a rural location, taking new corporate locations online required a shift to cloud hosting; their on-premise server struggled to provide access to their custom enterprise applications.

As a result, Aquatic Control worked with our cloud architects to migrate to Amazon Web Services (AWS).

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Infrastructure Encouraging Growth

Currently supporting five remote offices, cloud infrastructure has enabled even more growth. Now all office locations can take advantage of excellent performance from enterprise custom applications without sacrificing time or productivity.

AWS Migration Details

Aquatic Control benefits from the elasticity of AWS by adjusting to meet infrastructure requirements while maintaining excellent levels of service and performance. The organization provides secure access to their team in a cost-effective way that would otherwise have been prohibitive or difficult to match with previous offerings.

Future AWS Expansion

With an eye toward the future, Aquatic Control has already planned further cloud migration with our assistance. By building on the success of their current infrastructure, we are proud and privileged to play the part of a trusted advisor and assist in creating the success story for this long-time client.