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Fusionex is building a new product and services line on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) amid plans to drive adoption of digital technologies at small-to-medium enterprise (SME) level in Asia.
The ASEAN-based data specialist has built a suite of big data and analytics solutions tailored for SMEs on GCP, leveraging the provider’s Google Cloud Services Partner status in the region.
GCP allows customers to build, test and deploy applications on a "highly scalable and reliable infrastructure" with offerings spanning storage, networking, data, analytics, app development and machine learning tools.
“This collaboration will see joint investments from both companies, empowering SMEs to take up big data and analytics, artificial intelligence and Industry 4.0 initiatives,” said Jacob Isaac, managing director of new technologies at Fusionex. “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.”
Isaac said Fusionex’s suite of solutions 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.
Specifically, the provider’s offerings leverage next-generation cognitive technology, backed up by computer vision, augmented reality, robotics, and drone management.
“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,” added Ash Willis, head of partnerships and alliances across Asia Pacific at Google Cloud.
“We’re proud to collaborate with them to deliver deep value to customers across a wide range of technologies and business challenges.”
From a Google Cloud perspective, Fusionex also offers training programs and consulting services for SMEs, enabling customers to build competencies on GCP.