As you may know, Amazon Web Services Election As a Service is succeeding in helping modernize the aging infrastructures that support elections at a federal, state and local level. Their framework is curated by a set of capabilities in the public cloud that allows government organizations to securely administer all aspects of an election from voter engagement to accurate results reporting to help modernize their ability to manage elections.
In this webinar, we will help you identify best practices and key learnings to better serve your organization. Learn how to modernize and simplify the primary functions that can drive your elections process with AWS and help your campaign and elections management with a wide range of database services AWS offers to fit application and voter registration requirements.
Read our blog on Election Cloud Technology And Voting Security
In this webinar, you will learn how to:
About the Presenters
Senior Vice President, Sales
DoubleHorn Cloud Solutions
As our SVP of Sales, Uttam Reddy has a passion for customers and accelerating results. His specialties include Sales Strategy, Sales Operations, Sales, Professional Services, and Enterprise Hardware/Software on a global scale. Uttam oversees activities involving the sales enablement department. As the SVP, Uttam provides leadership for the sales and marketing team by aligning the tools, intelligence, insights, and training needed to serve our customers to help DoubleHorn profitably grow and help migrate and manage our customer’s data in the cloud. During his career, Uttam has held leadership roles at Accruent, Centurylink, and Dell. He started his career at IBM as an industrial engineer. He holds an MBA from Duke’s Fuqua School of Business and BS in Industrial Engineering from Polytechnic Institute/New York University.
Leader, Public Health & US Elections
Amazon Web Services
Amazon Web Services (AWS). He directs an agile team that commercializes mission-critical cloud offerings for addressing the unique needs of state and local governments. Since joining AWS in 2016, Jackson has successfully launched, scaled, and led multiple vertical industry businesses that drive social impact in highly regulated environments, resulting in seamless enterprise adoption, effective digital transformations, and unparalleled customer experiences. Prior to joining AWS, Jackson served as General Manager of Consumer Health at Intel Corporation, providing executive leadership, vision, and go-to-market strategy for growth in healthcare markets worldwide. Michael also sits on the Executive Board of the TurboVote Challenge and represent AWS on the Election Infrastructure Subsector Coordinating Council (EI-SCC), established the Department of Homeland Security and Election Assistance Commission. Jackson is also a proud veteran of the US Coast Guard and serves on the Board of Directors at Health Care for the Homeless, a non-profit organization in Baltimore, MD.