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New Collaboration Empowers SoftServe Clients with Access to Leading Cloud Tools.
SoftServe, a global leader in digital software development and consulting, today announced it has joined the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) partnership program.
As a Google Cloud service partner, SoftServe will be able to leverage GCP solutions for the company’s clients.
“Joining the Google Cloud family of partners will enable SoftServe to continue growing our Cloud expertise and enrich SoftServe’s digital offerings, giving our clients more choice in terms of technology solutions,”
— said Todd Lenox, vice president of digital partnerships, SoftServe.
“We’re confident GCP will benefit our enterprise and ISV clients in a number of ways, including decreasing the resources needed to manage infrastructure, provision servers, and configure networks.”
Partnering with Google allows SoftServe to offer products and services across GCP, including:
As part of this collaboration, SoftServe employees will also gain access to exclusive Google partner training toolkits for technical and business teams.
These extensive resources are designed to help specialists stay informed about emerging Cloud trends and better understand the benefits of each Cloud solution offered by Google, including those for the retail and financial services industries.
“This partnership advances SoftServe’s position as a leading partner for digital transformation and will allow us to continue helping our clients exceed industry expectations in an increasingly competitive marketplace. We look forward to working with the team at GCP.”
With more than 20 years of experience in software development and digital consulting, SoftServe helps organizational leaders address complex business problems with innovative solutions that accelerate growth and optimize operational efficiency.
From leading ISVs to Fortune 500 enterprises, SoftServe has transformed the way thousands of clients do business by leveraging trends in Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT), DevOps, security, experience design, and more.