Redox is listed on AWS Marketplace

September 16, 2020
Devin Soelberg Strategic Partnerships

First things first, here’s the press release and the Redox AWS Marketplace listing.

There’s a lot to be excited about this partnership, but let’s start with…

What this means for developers in healthcare.

EHR Interoperability is core infrastructure for digital health applications. Whether you’re an early-stage CTO or a product manager of an enterprise HCLS product portfolio, this partnership means that we’re bridging the gap between build vs. buy.  

If you’re a builder at heart, this partnership offers you a managed service partner that deeply understands running healthcare applications at scale on AWS. We’ve invested many hours to onboard the expert AWS solution architects and product leads within Healthcare & Life Sciences – we want to empower you to continue to build a world-class solution for your providers and patients. Faster.

If you’re a buyer at heart, this partnership brings best-in-class integration into your enterprise contract with AWS. Consolidated EULA, financial terms, and renewal dates. As much as we love going through your “simple” procurement process, we have already seen significant time savings as we leverage many of the AWS Terms & Conditions that your organization has already green-lighted.  Redox’s core KPI is “speed to value” and this partnership helps you cut several weeks out of the “waiting on legal/procurement/contracting/” hamster wheel.

What does this mean for Redox customers?

Many Redox customers that are hosted on AWS appreciate having their Redox license bundled with their AWS financials. If you participate in AWS’s Enterprise Discount Program (EDP), you can apply a portion of your annual Redox spend (and other Marketplace vendor purchases) toward your committed EDP spend. Talk to your Redox Account Manager about moving your contract over to Marketplace when your legacy Redox license OR your EDP comes up.

What does this mean for Redox?

Our BHAG is to make healthcare data useful – and we know that that isn’t something that we can do alone. We need the savviest developers to look at healthcare and see an opportunity, not friction. We need health systems and providers to look at best-of-breed digital health and see efficiency, not friction. This partnership is all about reducing friction. Less technical friction. Less commercial friction. Less adoption friction.

If you have suggestions for where we go next, send me a message any time.

Devin Soelberg
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