Tosslab, the developer of the workplace collaboration tool JANDI, has announced its selection as a domestic partner for the Amazon Web Services (AWS) ISV Accelerate Program.
The program is a joint sales initiative for companies that run applications on the AWS cloud or provide software solutions integrated with AWS.
As a participant in the AWS ISV Accelerate Program, Tosslab will gain access to AWS' global sales organization and receive support in identifying new sales opportunities and accelerating sales cycles.
In addition, the partnership will enable Tosslab to work closely with the AWS sales organization to meet customer needs and generate more business opportunities.
Tosslab also passed the AWS Foundational Technical Review (FTR), validating its technical capabilities and operational practices.
In addition, it was awarded an AWS Software Path for its technological strength and stability.
JANDI, developed by Tosslab, is a collaboration platform with essential features such as real-time messaging, themed collaboration rooms, video conferencing, and cloud-based document management to facilitate seamless communication and faster decision-making.
More than 350,000 companies, including Hanssem, Amore Pacific, Yanadoo, and GC Genome, have adopted JANDI to improve work efficiency and drive digital transformation.
Matthew Kim, CEO of Tosslab, expressed optimism about the partnership, saying, "By joining the AWS ISV Accelerate program, we will expand our customer base and accelerate our business growth."
To maintain participation in the AWS ISV Accelerate Program, Tosslab must meet several requirements, including having a product listed under General Availability (GA) on AWS, having an established AWS Partner business plan, and meeting specific revenue and customer reference criteria.