The Noida-headquartered global technology company HCL has expanded its strategic partnership with Google Cloud. This will allow HCL to debut its software’s Digital Experience (DX) and Unica Marketing cloud-native platforms to Google Cloud.
This expanded partnership between Google Cloud and HCL will support the deployment of DX, Unica and Commerce cloud-native platforms. HCL’s DX capabilities are used by its customers to deploy business-critical solutions swiftly. The company’s Unica marketing platform supports precision marketing at scale. This platform is used by the world’s most recognized financial services firms, healthcare providers, retail, telecom, and government agencies to provide secure and personalized business-critical multi-channel experiences.
“The collaboration between HCL Software and Google Cloud will deliver significant value for customers who want to deploy DX, Unica and Commerce from Google Cloud,” said Darren Oberst, Corporate Vice President and Head of HCL Software. “With the support of our global implementation business partners, we can quickly deliver comprehensive experiences to any audience, putting our clients in the best position to deploy and scale with Google’s Cloud and HCL’s cloud-native solutions.”
By bringing these solutions to Google Cloud, HCL can enrich them and arm them with additional capabilities through Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Analytics. With this expansion of the partnership, HCL now avails three of its customer experience products through Google Cloud. The company also has dedicated Google Cloud Native Labs in New York, London, and the New Delhi area.
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