Bharti Airtel And Google Cloud Join Hands On A Partnership Deed

CIOReviewIndia Team | Thursday, 23 January 2020, 04:14 IST

Bharti Airtel And Google Cloud Join Hands On A Partnership DeedBharti Airtel and Google Cloud joined hands on Monday to provide digital solutions to small and medium businesses. As part of Aitel’s integrated ICT Portfolio, Bharti Airtel agreed to provide G-Suite to small and medium sized businesses (MSBs)

G-Suite is a set of intelligent applications developed by Google which includes Gmail, Docs, Drive, and Calendar. This package work seamlessly on computer, mobile phone and tablets and make the work much easier than ever before. G-Suite offers it applications to the users which can work both with internet and without internet for documents, spreadsheets and slides across the devices.

“India with its growing economy and adoption of digital services, offers one of the biggest opportunities to serve customers with innovative solutions. We are pleased to further strengthen our deep relationship with Google Cloud and build products and services aimed at transforming Indian business,” says Gopal Vittal, MD & CEO (India and South Asia), Bharti Airtel.

The latest collaboration between Bharti Airtel and Google Cloud will increase the scope of growth in India. Across all over India, 2500 large businesses and 500,000 Small and Medium Sized Businesses (SMBs) are served by Bharti Airtel.

“G-Suite’s collaboration and productivity tools with Airtel’s digital business offerings will help accelerate digital innovations for thousands of Indian businesses, said Thomar Kurian, CEO, Google Cloud.

India is currently adopting digital services very rapidly and transforming the businesses digitally. Digital tools and cloud based solutions are being used by Indian Businesses which enhances efficiency and fulfils the requirements of their customers. A recent report issued by NASSCOM stated that Indian cloud market will cross USD 7 billion and Indian Software as a Service (SaaS) market will be at top with USD 3.5 billion mark.

Airtel’s top most rivalry company Reliance Jio led by Mukesh Ambani declared a deal of 10 years in collaboration with Microsoft in 2019 August. With this deal operators will be able to set up a network of large data centres across India.

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