In October 2021, HCL Technologies, a next-generation global technology company, announced that it has extended its strategic partnership with Google Cloud, a suite of cloud computing services offered by Google. The partnership aims to jointly introduce health care and life sciences solutions for consumers.
With this partnership, both the companies aim to offer their topmost and profound capabilities in the health care and life sciences sector and investments by cooperatively innovating and addressing the problems in these sectors.
HCL Technologies stated that it intends to develop a mutual centre of excellence (CoE) for Google Cloud along with experts from the healthcare industry and ideapreneurs certified by Google Cloud to provide solutions for financiers, suppliers, as well as medical technology, and biopharmaceutical customers. According to HCL Technologies, the Google Cloud Native Labs will aid in enhancing these solutions with Google Cloud support, which is developed to offer solutions by using its instinctive data, Artificial Intelligence (AI) offerings, and security competences in the health care and life sciences operational processes.
C Vijayakumar, the Chief Executive Officer of HCL Technologies is going to develop solutions that can resolve complex industry matters, for instance: data governance, interoperability, and security, while facilitating a seamless customer experience.
Kevin Ichhpurani, the Corporate Vice President (Partner Ecosystem) at Google Cloud, revealed that as the health care and life sciences sector endures to transform digitally, there is a mounting requirement for solutions such as cloud-native, secure, and support innovation.
Shrikanth Shetty, the Corporate Vice President at HCL Technologies, stated that our company has joined hands with Google Cloud for this crucial initiative of building solutions for the health care and life sciences industry. This partnership will facilitate our company’s specialists to include years of domain proficiency to offer leading-edge, cloud-native services. This partnership will aid in improving the experiences of the patients and employees and use the data to pull in insights from sectors such as claim management and ‘servitization’.