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Google Cloud to be the Preferred Cloud Platform for HCL Commerce

Admin Globaldots
08.06.2020
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HCL and Google Cloud announced the expansion of their strategic partnership to bring HCL’s software offerings, starting with HCL Commerce, to Google Cloud.

Google Cloud will be the preferred cloud platform for HCL Commerce, providing global, secure and elastic infrastructure to power businesses’ eCommerce strategies. Under this partnership, HCL also intends to leverage Anthos to enable multi-cloud and hybrid-cloud deployments of HCL Commerce.

HCL Commerce is a leading, cloud-native Commerce platform used by innovative businesses across multiple industries and around the world to drive more than $100 billion in annual client revenues.

With a strong track-record of delivering rock-solid performance, scalability and functionality, HCL Commerce today is at the forefront of many organizations’ digital commerce strategies.

It stretches far beyond an initial transaction and enables businesses to respond to evolving market conditions. It creates innovative merchandising strategies and rapidly launches new channels for both business-to-business and business-to-consumer use cases on the same platform.

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