CloudHealth Technologies said on Thursday that its channel partner program has doubled in size since last year, with 300 percent revenue growth year-over-year.

CloudHealth said that it’s Cloud Service Management and optimization platform helps channel partners provide actionable insights to customers around cloud environments and plan successful cloud migrations. In 2016, the company signed 31 new partners to its channel program.

“Cloud computing has fundamentally changed the way managed service providers do business,” Bob Kilbride, Director of Channel Sales at CloudHealth Technologies said in a statement. “It also presents a huge opportunity, as they look to not just resell but also provide additional value-added services. Our Cloud Business Accelerator Program is laser focused on helping them take advantage of all the cloud has to offer by improving their value proposition and increasing their margins.”

CloudHealth is based in Boston, and is an AWS Migration Competency solution provider. The Migration Assessment capabilities of its platform help partners move cloud workloads to AWS and Azure on behalf of their customers, CloudHealth said. 

AWS added the Migration Competency in June 2016 to help businesses through all stages of complex migrations. Recent estimates suggest the global cloud migration services market could grow from $2.42 billion in 2016 to $7.06 billion by 2021.

“As our relationship with CloudHealth has deepened, the platform has become a core part of our business,” Greg Rusu, Senior Director, Cloud Services at SHI said. “CloudHealth’s policy-driven approach to cloud management, coupled with its automation capabilities, enables us to offer stronger levels of service for our customers. CloudHealth Technologies has been instrumental in our evolution as a cloud service provider."

In January, CloudHealth released results of a survey that found leading cloud providers are 2.5 times as likely to have a comprehensive and clearly communicated strategy for managing cloud costs.