Reltio Collaborates with Google Cloud to Bring Enterprise Data Organization to Google Cloud Platform
The Reltio-Google Cloud collaboration delivers Cloud Master Data Management (MDM), and a Continuous Data Organization Foundation for Next Generation Analytics, Machine Learning, and Data-driven Applications
Redwood Shores, CA – July 19, 2018 – Reltio, innovator of the Reltio Self-Learning Data Platform, today announced that Reltio Cloud, a native cloud platform that organizes enterprise data for continuous self-learning, is now available on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). GCP’s portfolio of products, services and tools enables its customers to modernize their operations for today’s digital world. The combination of Reltio and Google Cloud gives enterprises a successful combination of continuous data organization, consisting of Cloud Master Data Management (MDM), and Google Cloud’s high-performance cloud infrastructure.
With Reltio’s Self-Learning Data Platform, companies can deliver on their digital transformation initiatives with personalized customer experiences while meeting regulatory compliance standards such as GDPR. The journey starts with the organizing data of all types and from all sources, at scale, to form a trusted data foundation. This reliable data foundation is then used for relevant analytics for operational execution and recommended actions. Ultimately, Reltio enables companies to become Self-Learning Enterprises that measure outcomes related to actions and use data in a continuous cycle of improvement.
Reltio’s customers include:
- Seven out of the top 10 pharmaceutical companies in the world
- Two of the top 10 technology companies in the world
- Two of the top 10 cosmetics companies in the world
- A global hotel and hospitality group
- A US-based casualty and property insurer
- A US-based healthcare insurance company
- A US-based pet retailer, and many others
“Reltio was designed to easily support multiple cloud architectures which made deploying on Google Cloud Platform a natural fit,” said Anastasia Zamyshlyaeva, Chief Architect at Reltio. “Google Cloud collaborated with us every step of the way, and we couldn’t be happier with their support and partnership. Several customers are already live on GCP, and we continue to work closely with the Google Cloud team to showcase the capabilities of Reltio Cloud to enterprises across the globe.”
Reltio Cloud will be demonstrated at Google Cloud Next, Moscone Center, San Francisco July 24-26 at booth # W1738 (Moscone West – Level 1.)
Reltio’s Chief Architect Anastasia Zamyshlyaeva will be on a panel “Google Cloud Platform: The What, The How and The Why” in the Infrastructure & Operations track. The panel, scheduled for Wednesday, July 25, at 12:35 PM, will discuss how organizations globally are looking for ways to innovate and scale, while managing costs.
The Reltio Self-Learning Data Platform, developed natively in the cloud, organizes enterprise data for continuous self-learning. With Reltio, businesses can now manage data like leading cloud companies, leveraging continuous data organization and recommended actions to ultimately measure and improve their operations. Reltio organizes data from all sources and formats, creating a unified data set with unlimited personalized views for users across sales, marketing, and compliance. With machine learning, Reltio then recommends actions, and finally measures and correlates the impact on your business. This self-learning cycle empowers companies to put data at the heart of every decision, build analytics into operational business processes and continuously learn about customers, products and their relationships. Leading Global 2000 and companies of all sizes and industries rely on Reltio to become Self-Learning Enterprises. Learn more at www.reltio.com.
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