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SADA and Google Cloud Aim to Boost Cloud Adoption as Part of their Continued Partnership

Google Cloud ecosystem is an ever-expanding universe of high-tech solutions and capabilities for all kinds of emerging business requirements. In order to meet these demands, Google Cloud has decided to continue its existing partnership with SADA. SADA is a renowned Google Cloud Partner that helps Google customers quickly and seamlessly meet their Cloud migration plans within Google Cloud ecosystems.

Transforming Cloud Migration Experiences with Google Cloud

Cloud migration is one of the key requirements for enhanced IT productivity. Companies are increasingly looking for re-hosting, re-engineering, and re-purchasing of Cloud solutions to meet their ever-growing business demands. Google Cloud solutions rank among the top investments for any digital-centric business. SADA’s renewed partnership with Google Cloud exemplifies the goal to drive customers to $2.5 billion in Google Cloud consumption.

With this new goal, SADA would roll out additional offerings and services that build upon Google Cloud solutions and capabilities. The expanded relationship comes in response to increased demand from global brands and SaaS organizations that are making the Cloud an integral part of their digital transformation plans, migrating to and transforming with Google Cloud.

At the time of this announcement, Tony Safoian, CEO & President of SADA said, “Google Cloud is the path to digital transformation. The SADA and Google Cloud combination is an impactful one—and our goal for customers is to help them grow and scale while boosting innovation within their organizations. The extended partnership will help propel our Google Cloud business to accelerate. We’re excited to drive our business forward, together with Google Cloud.”

SADA’s Digital Footprint in the Cloud Business Since 2006

The SADA-Google Cloud relationship, initially launched in 2006, drives the adoption of Google Cloud’s platform and technologies through our expertise as a Managed Services Provider (MSP). In 2020, we announced a $500 million multi-year goal to drive the continued adoption of Google Cloud’s platform and technologies. Following its 2021 acquisition of ByteWave (now SADA India) and the opening of a Global Delivery Center in Armenia, SADA has set the stage for additional expansion into Europe and the Asia Pacific.

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“Organizations are looking to completely transform their businesses with the cloud, from bringing mission-critical workloads into a Cloud environment, to powering hybrid work, to launching entirely new digital businesses,” said Rob Enslin, President at Google Cloud.

Rob added, “Since going ‘all in’ on Google Cloud, the team at SADA has helped organizations across industries and markets transform in each of these areas and more. This announcement represents a commitment from SADA and Google Cloud to accelerate digital transformation even further.”

More on SADA’s Vision for Google Cloud

SADA also added and updated its current product and services portfolio.

Launched in Jan. 2022, SADA POWER is a new services product line that combines Google Cloud’s technology and SADA expertise to deliver valuable cloud services and solutions in a consistent, scaled manner. In 2021, SADA launched the SaaS Alliance Program, which allows Software as a Service (SaaS) companies to accelerate their growth and maximize the value of Google Cloud.

The SaaS Alliance Program simplifies the tasks associated with raising awareness, finding sales leads, closing deals, scaling, and innovating in the highly saturated SaaS market, making them more cost-effective while amplifying sales and marketing efforts through our established channels. The program has been recognized as a value driver for Independent Software Vendors.

Source: SADA

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