Google Cloud wins deal from Mahindra Group

The Mahindra Group has selected Google Cloud to power the digital transformation strategy and fuel its next phase of business growth.
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Mahindra Group will use Google Cloud’s infrastructure and data analytics technology to drive innovation across the multiple business units, including its core operations, its customer-facing channels, and its employee experience.

“We are building for the future with cloud-based technologies and data-driven strategies to speed decision making and maximize synergies. By utilizing Google Cloud’s infrastructure and data capabilities, we can innovate faster for competitive differentiation, advance our enterprise sustainability goals, and strengthen our talent pool,” said Mohit Kapoor, Group Chief Technology Officer, The Mahindra Group.

Mahindra will use Google Cloud for migrating its business-critical applications, including SAP S/4HANA, from its on-premises data centers to Google Cloud under the RISE with SAP program, as well as its data warehouse and data lake.

The Group will also tap the engineering prowess and the best practices of Google Cloud’s Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) and Dev SecOps practices, driving in-house talent to continue to scale their technical capabilities to meet the needs of its ever-expanding business.

“Our multi-faceted collaboration with Mahindra is a great example of the value we bring to customers and our unique ability to help them accelerate their digital transformation strategies, drive sustained business impact, and unlock long-term competitive advantage,” Bikram Bedi, Managing Director, Google Cloud India, said in a news statement.

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