Tech Mahindra launches Google Cloud Center of Excellence in India

Tech Mahindra is opening a dedicated Google Center of Excellence to drive enterprises' digital transformations across India. (Pixabay)

IT vendor Tech Mahindra announced on Tuesday the launch of a dedicated Google Cloud Center of Excellence to help drive enterprises' digital transformations.

The Cloud Center of Excellence (COE), which is located in Hyderabad, India, will provide enterprises access to the technologies and services that they need for their cloud migrations. It will also help them develop and deliver tailored solutions to move their critical workloads to Google Cloud, develop artificial intelligence and data analytics solutions and improve workplace collaboration productivity.

Tech Mahindra's dedicated COE will offer its customers a range of cloud services, which will include consulting, assessment, migration, optimization and support services for enterprises. Tech Mahindra is a Google Cloud Partner.

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As part of its TechMNxt charter, Tech Mahindra has developed several solutions on next generation technologies such as AI, machine learning (ML), analytics and augmented reality on Google Cloud.

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"We're excited that Tech Mahindra continues to invest in and grow its Google Cloud practice," said Ash Willis, head of channels and alliances, Google Cloud in Asia Pacific, in a statement. "Together we provide our customers with secure, scalable and agile cloud-based digital platforms to scale their business and ease their migration to the cloud."

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