Companion Data Services Joins Amazon Web Services Partner Network

Columbia, S.C. — Companion Data Services, LLC (CDS), a company offering secure systems development and managed hosting services in the health care industry, has joined the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network as a Standard Consulting Partner.

The AWS Partner Network (APN) offers a set of specialized solutions for making connectivity easier and extending customer capabilities by providing business, technical and marketing support. As an APN Technology Partner, CDS provides software solutions for its customers, which are hosted by or integrated with the AWS platform.

CDS maintains several configurations of Cloud Companion®, a robust cloud-based solution that integrates systems and manages AWS-compatible technology. This allows clients the freedom to concentrate on business while CDS provides managed services, storage, disaster recovery, application development and infrastructure connectivity.

“We are delighted to help our clients, especially those in highly regulated industries, migrate their software applications and transform their businesses with the dynamic, flexible AWS Cloud,” said CDS President Lola Jordan. “The APN is an added benefit to our clients because it significantly reduces cost and risks associated with managing their own infrastructure.”

About Companion Data Services

CDS ( offers secure health care development, managed and hosting services within a large data center complex for the federal, state Medicaid and commercial markets. CDS and its parent company provide services for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, TRICARE, the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program, Northrop Grumman, Medicare Advantage health plans and the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, as well as other private health plans. The company is headquartered in Columbia, South Carolina, with offices in Dallas, Texas, and Baltimore, Maryland.

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