- In November last year, Google hired ex-Oracle executive Thomas Kurian to lead its cloud business, and the global giant has set some ambitious plans for its cloud business since then.
- The public cloud services market in India has been speculated to be doing a good business with the company expecting it to triple year on year in the coming years.
- To further boost cloud business in India, Google has roped in Amitabh Jacob to head India Partnerships and Alliances, where he will be responsible for driving Google Cloud’s route-to-market strategy through partnerships with system integrators, resellers, technology partners, managed services providers and distribution partners in India, according to reports.
- Bringing experience from AWS and Microsoft, he has been instrumental in building and scaling cloud partnerships for the India region.
- Google sees India has a key growth for Google Cloud and aligning with Kurian’s growth plan, Jacob will be responsible for building adequate channel capacity and competency, driving success through Google Cloud’s partnership model, and deepening the reach of Google Cloud products and solutions in the Indian market.
360-Degree View Of Google Cloud’s Growth Trajectory In India
4 March 2019 4:32 AM GMT
In November last year, Google hired ex-Oracle executive Thomas Kurian to lead its cloud business, and the global giant has set some ambitious plans for its cloud business since then. The cloud division which deals with computing services, online data storage and productivity software has ambitiously set a plan to generate more than $1 billion?