CarGurus, a multinational, online automotive platform for buying and selling vehicles, today announced its selection of Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) as its global cloud infrastructure provider. Under the multi-year deal, CarGurus will leverage AWS’s proven infrastructure and portfolio of services to support product innovation and development in the online car-shopping process, which will continue to give people the power to reach their destination.
Millions of people visit CarGurus every month to buy or sell their cars. By leveraging AWS’s proven global infrastructure, CarGurus is investing in a better and more innovative consumer experience. With the AWS collaboration, website visitors can expect to experience performance improvements, with car searches already performing faster than before. CarGurus’ internal development teams will also have more flexibility in delivering products and features to end customers with quicker and more secure deployment.
Harnessing the power of AWS’s compute, storage, database, analytics, and security capabilities, will help CarGurus enable new product development. Ultimately, consumers should have a faster and improved experience on the CarGurus website, and internal engineering teams will have the agility to experiment and innovate to deliver higher-quality products and services.
As CarGurus becomes the online destination for buying or selling a car, their decision to use AWS as their global cloud infrastructure partner will enable additional flexibility and continuous innovation, we look forward to continuing to work with CarGurus as they harness the power of AWS and create a better online car-shopping experience.” Wendy Bauer, General Manager, Automotive at AWS.
Migrating to AWS provides our teams with more agility and flexibility, allowing us to rapidly scale to meet our business growth goals and increase customer demand, AWS also provides our engineering team with many exciting new technology options that will help unlock our ability to experiment and innovate so CarGurus can give everyone the power to reach their destination.” Matt Quinn, Chief Technology Officer of CarGurus.