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Google Cloud Expands Business Transformation Through RISE Partnership

The announcement sees Google Cloud become a cloud partner for RISE with SAP, deepening the drive of business-transformation-as-a-service.

Google Cloud and German software manufacturer SAP SE have announced the expansion of a strategic partnership to help customers conduct business transformations, migrate key business systems to cloud services, and to augment existing business systems with Google Cloud capabilities in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) mechanisms.

The partnership expansion sees Google Cloud become a cloud partner for RISE with SAP - a comprehensive customer-specific product that helps drive business-transformation-as-a-service.

“Google Cloud and SAP share a commitment to supporting customer success and growth. We’re delighted to partner with SAP to accelerate business’ digital transformations with SAP on Google Cloud and with next-generation cloud capabilities,” said Rob Enslin, Cloud Sales President at Google Cloud and a former executive at SAP.

“Through support for RISE with SAP and in-depth integrations between SAP and Google Cloud, this new partnership will enable customers to seamlessly bring their most critical business systems and applications to a future-proof, secure and low-latency environment and to run them sustainably, on the industry’s cleanest cloud,” he added.

Meanwhile, Thomas Saueressig, who is on the Executive Board of SAP SE, hailed the enthusiastic adoption of RISE with SAP by customers working to accelerate their journey towards becoming intelligent enterprises.

“Offering integration between SAP solutions, SAP BTP and Google Cloud infrastructure and capabilities in artificial intelligence, machine learning and analytics gives customers the choice they desire as well as the innovative portfolio they seek to transform their businesses in the cloud,” he said.