SoftServe Wins Google Cloud Specialization Partner of the Year Award for Machine Learning

AUSTIN, Texas: SoftServe, a leading digital authority and consulting company and Google Cloud Premier Partner has won the 2020 Google Cloud Global Specialization Partner of the Year – Machine Learning award.

“It’s an honor to receive this award from Google Cloud recognizing our machine learning innovation and experience helping businesses to understand and fully leverage the benefits of Google Cloud,” said Todd Lenox, VP Alliances and Partnerships at SoftServe. “SoftServe not only empowers our customers with cutting-edge solutions that enable them to operate quickly, cost-efficiently, and with higher impact; but also provides the ongoing education and support to ensure their long-term success.”

“Google Cloud Specializations recognize partner excellence and proven customer success in a particular product area or industry,” said Carolee Gearhart, Global Channel Chief at Google Cloud. “Based on proven, repeatable customer success and strong technical capabilities, we’re delighted to recognize SoftServe as the Machine Learning Specialization Partner of the Year.”

SoftServe develops and provides machine learning solutions for joint customers across a range of industries, from financial services and manufacturing to healthcare and retail, bringing the technology to life through real-world business use cases. In financial services, SoftServe has developed a multitude of solutions such as a personalized recommendation engine to assist clients with choosing the right investment strategies and improving speed and quality of service. In manufacturing, Google Cloud Vision API is used in remote inspections for preventative maintenance and in workforce health & safety, aiding to support employees in challenging environments. SoftServe has even enabled a global manufacturer to reduce waste in the production process by 20% which not only improves profitability but also makes the process more sustainable. In healthcare, the company’s expertise empowers customers with enhanced citizen awareness, understanding, and operational management, accelerating drug development and supporting the transition to value-based healthcare. In the energy sector, customers can make informed decisions with actionable intelligence that improves efficiency and speed of exploration, drilling, and production.

One such customer, a global leader in delivering a secure, open, intelligent, and transformative enterprise cloud platform, required a solution that could process different types of input files, extract meaning, and provide advanced analytic capabilities for geodesic issues in the oil and gas industry. Leveraging a range of innovative Google Cloud technologies, SoftServe delivered a platform that speeds up the process of building basin models and other reports by 10-30 times, automating a significant amount of routine manual work that geophysicists perform, all while handling large amounts of data and ensuring consistent optimization.

SoftServe joined Google Cloud’s Partner Advantage Program in April 2017 and became a Google Cloud Premier Partner in August 2018. The company was also recently named Apigee’s 2020 Emerging Partner of the Year for the Americas and EMEA markets.

Please visit SoftServe’s Google Cloud page for more information.


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