Fusionex Ties Up With Google Cloud To Help SMEs In Digital Transformation Journey

Fusionex, a multi-award-winning, leading software solutions provider specialising in Big Data Analytics (BDA), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Industrial Revolution (IR) 4.0 technologies announced that it is building its product and services offerings on Google Cloud Platform technologies to help small medium enterprises (SMEs) across Asia-Pacific in their digital transformation journey.

Fusionex has built its “Giant BDA” suite of solutions that are specially tailored for SMEs on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). GCP allows customers to build, test and deploy applications on a highly scalable and reliable infrastructure with offerings that span storage, networking, data, analytics, app development and machine learning tools and APIs.

As a Google Cloud Services Partner, Fusionex also offers training programs and consulting services for SMEs, enabling them to build their competencies around Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to advance their business.

“This collaboration will see joint investments from both companies, empowering SMEs to take up BDA, AI, and IR4.0 initiatives,” said Fusionex Managing Director for New Technologies, Jacob Isaac. “Google is a household name and its offerings inspire confidence among businesses, regardless of shape or size. Fusionex solutions can in turn empower SMEs with AI automation that will allow them to increase productivity and reduce operational costs.”

“Fusionex brings a wealth of experience helping customers make data-driven business decisions – from providing analytical software and custom tools, to even providing in-person training, and we’re proud to collaborate with them to deliver deep value to customers across a wide range of technologies and business challenges,” mentioned Ash Willis, Head of Partnerships and Alliances for Google Cloud in Asia Pacific.

A McKinsey report states the adoption of cloud computing helps standardize and automate tasks that can reduce IT overhead costs by 30 percent to 40 percent. The report notes that “cloud computing can help scale IT processes up and down as needed, optimising IT asset usage. It can improve the overall flexibility of IT in meeting business needs such as more frequent releases of business features. Cloud service providers are increasingly offering much more sophisticated solutions than basic computing and storage, such as big data and machine-learning services.”

Fusionex’s suite of solutions – built on its Giant BDA platform – allows businesses to take advantage of organisational and market data trends without having to worry about the technical complexities of coding or the underlying technology. Fusionex’s AI and IR 4.0 solutions use next-gen cognitive technology and offer cutting-edge functions including computer vision, augmented reality, robotics, and drone management, which complements human talent to enhance decision-making accuracy.

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