SoftServe Expands Google Cloud Partnership to Launch New Labor Solutions

The new solutions reinforce the company’s mission to shape the future through smart manufacturing.

AUSTIN, Texas, May 26, 2022-(BUSINESS WIRE)-SoftServe, a leading digital authority and consulting firm, has just announced as a service partner for two new Google Cloud manufacturing solutions. Manufacturing Data Engine and Manufacturing Connect solutions were announced earlier this month during the virtual Google Cloud Manufacturing Spotlight Event and have all the assets to accelerate and scale digital transformation projects in the manufacturing sector.

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In partnership with Google Cloud, SoftServe provided valuable feedback on the development of solutions, from initial implementation to launch. Manufacturing Data Engine is an end-to-end solution, which processes, contextualizes and stores factory data on the industry-leading data platform, Google Cloud, providing a blueprint for data. Manufacturing Connect is a factory edge platform, developed in conjunction with Litmus Automation, that quickly connects to, and streams data from, any manufacturing and industrial system to the Google Cloud.

“As a solution -focused company, we are proud to partner with Google Cloud and bring innovative technology to our manufacturing customers,” said Volodymyr Semenyshyn, President of EMEA at SoftServe. “Our portfolio of partners is strong and strategic, and this partnership with Google Cloud allows us to use our expert big data and artificial intelligence skills to provide high-value solutions to our industrial customers. »

Global competition and rapidly changing demand are major challenges facing manufacturers today. SoftServe helped develop Google Cloud’s Manufacturing Data Engine and Manufacturing Connect, solutions that allow manufacturers to create their own industrial solutions, rooted in big data and artificial intelligence, to reduce downtime. . shutdown and optimize performance. Unlike many previous solutions, the new Google Cloud solutions bring key capabilities directly to engineers, allowing them to combine different insights with deep industry expertise. , all to drive better results and ensure goals are met.

SoftServe is a Google Cloud Partner with proven, deep expertise in using artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data analytics to serve customers. SoftServe was awarded five Google Specializations, in addition to the 2020 Google Cloud Partner of the Year Specialization, in the Machine Learning category.

To learn more about SoftServe’s partnership with Google Cloud and the launch of these innovative solutions, visit the partnership website.

About SoftServe

Employing more than 13,000 people in 41 centers, offices and customer sites around the world, SoftServe has a proven track record in healthcare, life sciences, financial services, retail, high technology ( ISV), manufacturing and energy. The company offers its deep expertise in software engineering, cloud and DevOps, big data, analytics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, Internet of Things, design and experience platforms, extended reality (XR) and robotics.

SoftServe delivers open innovation: from generating compelling new ideas, to developing and implementing innovation products and services. Our work and client experience is built on the principle of an empathetic, human -centered experience, ensuring continuity from the moment of concept to launch. We empower businesses and software companies to (redefine) the difference, accelerate solution development, and become formidable competitors in today’s digital economy.

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Andrew Kavka
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