New Delhi: Deloitte and Google Cloud recently announced plans to collaborate on next-generation solutions for the life sciences and health care to accelerating the pace of biomedical research, improving health care access, optimizing operations, and modernizing the management of health care data.
Google Cloud made the announcement at its annual conference in San Francisco, Google Cloud Next, attended by more than 30,000 developers, partners and technology leaders.
Janet Foutty, chair and CEO, Deloitte Consulting LLP and chair-elect, Deloitte LLP said, “We are thrilled to make this commitment with Google Cloud to bring the power of its leading technologies to our enterprise clients.”
“Together, we plan to transform operating models across these key sectors by harnessing the power of cloud technologies and the extensive industry-specific knowledge and experience of our practitioners,” he added.
Thomas Kurian, CEO, Google Cloud said, “Deloitte’s reputation for enterprise transformation makes them an ideal teammate for us as we expand our cloud into new industries and with the world’s biggest customers.”
“Industries from health care to financial services to retail share a need to modernize—quickly. We’re excited to join with Deloitte and deliver solutions and technology to help them do just that,” he added.
Deloitte was also recognized as Google Cloud’s Global Services Partner of the Year, for its solutions related to analytics, machine learning, cloud-native application development, SAP, security, workload migration, and managed services. Deloitte has now won this award two years in a row, underscoring the strength of the relationship with Google Cloud and the breadth of solutions the two organizations offer their clients.
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