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Mercado Libre Picks AWS as Its Primary Cloud Provider


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Mercado Libre Picks AWS as Its Primary Cloud Provider

Brazil and Argentina-based online commerce and payments provider, Mercado Libre, has picked AWS as its primary cloud provider. This will help the company accelerate the launch of its new services and support its regional expansion.

Established in 1999, Mercado Libre is a prime e-commerce technology company, which connects businesses across 18 countries with more than 76 million active users. With AWS providing it access to quality cloud opportunities, it will be able to build its scalability, security, and performance. This will also support the growth of Mercado Pago digital payment platform and Mercado Crédito credit line.

“Working with AWS, we aim to further exceed our customers’ expectations by leveraging data to continuously improve our operations and innovate new services,” said Sebastian Barrios, Tech Vice President of Mercado Libre.

The company has leveraged AWS to extend its services to small and medium Latin American businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. “As one of the leading innovators in the e-commerce, finance, and technology industries, Mercado Libre is leveraging the unmatched scale, performance, and breadth and depth of services of the world’s leading cloud to rapidly develop and implement new ideas that raise the bar for customer experiences,” said Jaime Valles, Director of AWS Sales, Latin America.


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