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Woolpert Launches Digital Innovations Division to Advance, Strengthen Google Partnership

The formal establishment of a Google geospatial division supports the firm’s long-term commitment to Google and its Google Cloud and Google Maps clients.

Woolpert announced that it has established a Digital Innovations division to support its nearly decade-long partnership with Google. Woolpert Digital Innovations was established to advance Woolpert’s Google Cloud and Google Maps services for clients around the world.

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“The Digital Innovations market represents our commitment to this Google partnership and our investment in the growth of Google Cloud and Google Maps services and technologies,” Woolpert Senior Vice President Jon Downey said. “This clearly defined division enables us to build on the trajectory of the last 10 years and to set a strategy that goes deeper, expanding services and capabilities beyond the traditional partnership structure.”

Woolpert has been providing global geospatial services for more than 50 years and employs more than 600 geospatial professionals across four continents. A Google Cloud Partner since 2014, Woolpert has earned two Google Cloud Location-Based Services Partner of the Year awards and a Google Cloud Partner Award for Customer Success in Google Maps. This summer, Woolpert expanded its Google partnership internationally to serve customers in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.

Google Global Managing Director Chip Hall said Woolpert’s growth in both customers and capabilities has allowed the firm to support the full range of customer needs.

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“Woolpert has always been known as an expert in mapping and location-based services, but they also develop cost-effective solutions, troubleshoot and provide technical support to ensure customers succeed,” Hall said. “We are excited to see them move forward and advance this partnership.”

Downey said the Digital Innovations structure will enable Woolpert to connect more closely with the business core of the firm’s customers to help them migrate safely to the cloud, employ machine learning capabilities, modernize key applications, protect and manage data, and apply emerging technologies to address business-specific challenges.

“This is really about calling out who we are within Woolpert,” Downey said. “As our company continues to grow, our leadership understands that we need the resources and platforms that will help us, our partners and our customers excel. We are proud to be part of Woolpert and to help strengthen the firm with this new Digital Innovations division.”

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