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India’s Wipro teams up with Google for digital shift of enterprises

WiproIndian software services company Wipro has partnered with Google Cloud for cloud adoption and digital transformation for global enterprises.

Through the partnership, Wipro will facilitate digital innovation for enterprises in industries such as consumer goods, BFSI, healthcare. among others, it said in a statement.

The Bengaluru-headquartered company has a dedicated practise focused solely on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). It uses GCP for building solutions to help enterprises adopt cloud platforms.

GCP has offerings around application modernization, data, analytics, artificial intelligence, SAP workload migration, and industrialized cloud migration at scale.

Wipro’s Insights-as-a-Service solution – Data Discovery Platform (DDP) is available on GCP. The platform accelerates ‘insight-driven’ decision making through pre-built applications for specific industries such as banking and financial services, retail, energy, education, and manufacturing, the company said.

The platform has 70+ use cases that address industry-specific key performance indicators, Wipro said.

“…In collaboration with Google, we aim to enable our customers to migrate faster, enhance their digital experiences and optimize business outcomes,” said Ramesh Nagarajan, Senior Vice President & Head – Cloud Services, Wipro Limited.

To accelerate Google Cloud adoption across the enterprises, Wipro’s Cloud Studio and Enterprise Digital Operations Center have been integrated with Velostrata, Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) and other Google Cloud services to bring a DevOps-oriented pipeline approach to industrialized migration, Wipro said.

The company will also integrate Anthos – Google’s open platform for managing applications in a multi-cloud world – into these offerings in a bid to enable hybrid cloud deployments for its clients.

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