On July 27, during the 2023 AWS Partner Summit in Taiwan, MongoDB was recognized as the ISV Partner of the Year for Taiwan.
The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Awards recognize partners based on merit, highlighting their dedication to helping customers drive innovation and build solutions. The awards are given to celebrate outstanding achievements by AWS partners.
MongoDB won the Taiwan ISV Partner of the Year due to its remarkable success leveraging AWS services and partner programs to grow and expand their software offerings. With the increasing numbers of AWS customers across verticals and segments deploying mission critical workloads on MongoDB’s developer data platform Atlas, running on AWS, MongoDB has demonstrated exceptional achievements that outperformed other partners.
Following an AWS Marketplace first approach in Taiwan, MongoDB concluded more transactions via AWS Marketplace than any other partner and is also aligning their channel strategy with AWS to scale through the AWS Marketplace channel programs. "AWS is committed to building a dynamic and rapidly expanding partner network, empowering partners to innovate and grow sustainably through leading cloud technology services and global resources. Over the past year, we are delighted to see MongoDB helping customers in various industries to overcome their challenges and create business value. We look forward to closely collaborating with our partners as we continue to support customer innovation in 2023 and drive digital transformation in Taiwan,” said Robert Wang, Managing Director, AWS Hong Kong and Taiwan.
“Thank you to AWS for recognizing MongoDB as the ISV Partner of the Year. This award demonstrates our commitment to delivering superior solutions for customers and recognizes the amazing work of the team in the past year,” said Gabriel Woo, Regional Vice President, Hong Kong, Taiwan & Macau at MongoDB. “The collaboration between AWS and MongoDB extends beyond opportunities. We will continue to work closely together to drive innovation and growth in the region.”