Sydney, 15 February 2016 – OneBlink, Australia's leading Enterprise Mobility Platform provider, has achieved ‘Mobile Competency’ within Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN).

The APN Competency Program is designed to provide AWS customers with qualified Partners that have demonstrated technical proficiency and proven success in specialised solution areas. The APN Mobile Competency highlights the top APN Partners with an exemplary track record and proven experience working with organisations to help design, develop, deploy and monitor a wide range of mobile initiatives, be they external customer facing or internal employee productivity solutions.

OneBlink is a 100% Australian owned and operated private entity and is the only Australian company and one of a very select group globally, to have met the stringent requirements for this advanced mobility accreditation. Having already been regarded as an AWS Advanced Technology Partner, OneBlink were delighted to have their long-term mobile platform development efforts and extensive customer deployments, further recognized by AWS via this significant specialty accreditation.

This latest recognition for OneBlink comes on the back of a number of awards and achievements received in the second half of 2015. This began with OneBlink winning “Best Enterprise Mobility Solution” at the Cloud World Series Awards in London last June, and being named among CIO Review (USA) magazine’s 20 Most Promising Enterprise Mobility Solution Providers.

Additional local awards included the NEWi Award for “Best Cloud Service” and the AUS (app) Design Gold Award for “Best Dev Platform/Dev Tools”. The company was also ranked in third position among 200 companies for the Reader's Choice category for Anthill Magazine's 2015 Smart 100 Company list.

The OneBlink Low-code Suite (LcS) comprises a unique combination of services and technologies addressing the myriad issues associated with large scale, rapid, multi-platform, productivity (or ‘soldier’) app deployment. In pairing app development and mobile infrastructure services, OneBlink provides the tools, systems and support necessary for large and complex organisations to easily embrace and capitalise on the business benefits offered by the mobile era.

Alan Williams, OneBlink's Chief Technology Officer said, "This Mobile Competency recognition by AWS is a fantastic endorsement of our talented team and our supportive partner network which together have continued to develop feature rich functionality for end user customer benefit. We further believe that cloud service business models such as ours, provide a blueprint for how Australian ideas and creativity can service a global customer base and make a positive contribution to Australia’s innovation economy."

Note: OneBlink will this year be exhibiting at all 3 AWS Summit Expos across ANZ – Sydney 27th & 28th April, 2016, Auckland 29th June, 2016 and Canberra 3rd August, 2016.

About OneBlink OneBlink is an Australian-headquartered Low-code Application Development Platform who runs a cloud-based service on the back of AWS’ global infrastructure.

OneBlink’s next generation ‘IoT Ready’ Mobile Application Development Platform and Mobile Infrastructure Services are supported by the DevOps expertise to deploy highly advanced customised mobility solutions in the shortest possible timeframes.

With support from domain expert partners, OneBlink serves a global market of enterprise level customers across government, transport and infrastructure, construction, education, financial services and healthcare markets.

Beyond multiple AWS accreditations OneBlink was awarded Cloud World Forum’s “Best Enterprise Mobility Solution - 2015” in London.

Media enquiries: Darren Besgrove, OneBlink CEO +61 418 280 764

Fast facts about OneBlink

Based in Gosford, New South Wales

Focuses on Business Process Improvement

Founded in 2005 as BlinkMobile

Turnsover more than $3.5 million p/a

Employs nearly 20 people