EPAM Exceeds 500 Google Cloud Platform Professional Certifications At Its Annual SEC Conference, Expanding Upon Its GCP Premier Partner Status
EPAM Systems, Inc. a leading global provider of digital platform engineering and software development services, announced that the company has surpassed the 500 certification milestone, achieving 504 Google Cloud Platform (GCP) professional certifications (374 cloud architect and 130 data engineer certifications). To achieve this number of certifications quickly, EPAM hosted a Google certification drive at EPAM’s annual Software Engineering Conference in September, where Google also presented a keynote address.
Moving quickly from an emerging technology to a business-critical need, cloud services are transforming business models across all enterprises. Many organizations have already moved to the cloud and are now looking for technology partners with expertise in managed cloud services, integration support and data processing systems. As customer demand for these services continues to rise, EPAM will continue to develop a variety of cloud-related competencies, including increasing its Google Cloud certifications.
“This number of certifications, along with our status as a GCP Premier Partner and Google Advanced Solutions Lab (ASL) System Integrator Partner, demonstrates our expertise in GCP, digital platform engineering and intelligent automation,” said Anton Tomchenko, VP, Co-Head North America/West, EPAM. “Our ability to develop and deploy valuable applications, scale quickly and securely, and leverage data to make better business decisions will support our customers throughout their cloud journey. In the future, we look forward to expanding our global GCP expertise by hosting additional certification drives.”
“We’re delighted to partner with EPAM and thrilled to see their commitment to building a practice around GCP,” said Carolee Gearhart, Vice President of Worldwide Channel Sales at Google Cloud. “Certifying 500-plus professionals on GCP is an achievement – and a testament to the growing demand in the market for Google Cloud technology.”