ZoomInfo Joins AWS Partner Network

The move enables joint customers to leverage ZoomInfo’s DaaS platform

ZoomInfo Joins AWS Partner Network
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Published: July 22, 2022

Sandra Radlovački

Sandra Radlovački

ZoomInfo has joined the AWS Partner Network to enable joint customers to leverage its Data-as-a-Service (DaaS) platform – OperationsOS.

The deal also enables access to ZoomInfo’s company and business contact data within various AWS services.

In addition, customers can harness prebuilt datasets or reach out to ZoomInfo’s Data Services team to help them create custom datasets for their specific needs.

Henry Schuck, Founder and CEO of ZoomInfo, said: “This exciting development allows our customers who leverage AWS to establish a highly scalable and reliable go-to-market data foundation.

“Securely integrating ZoomInfo’s data directly into their AWS data workflows opens a seamless connection for capturing, unifying, analyzing, and, ultimately, consuming that data.

“Backed by our best-in-class data privacy and security protections, this integration has the potential to save companies meaningful time, effort, and money.”

To prevent data decay, OperationsOS pushes recurring data updates through to AWS, keeping customer data from siloed systems.

Ryan Broadwell, Director of ISV Partnerships at AWS, said: “This unlocks a new and efficient method for leveraging ZoomInfo’s data and intelligence.

“Together, our customers can capitalize on the benefits of accurate data delivery and make their go-to-market motions more effective.”

The AWS integration is part of ZoomInfo’s DaaS offering and aims to provide organisations with direct access to B2B data and intelligence.

OperationsOS is a comprehensive suite of products and services that includes cloud data warehouses, APIs, custom data services, and codeless orchestration systems. All of this helps organisations to build an accurate and complete view of their customers.

Elsewhere, ZoomInfo has strengthend its data offering, recently supercharging its conversation intelligence platform Chorus with access to new data.

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