A global leader in machine learning (ML) and advanced data analytics services, SpringML recently announced that it has received the achievement of the renewed Machine Learning Partner Specialization in the Google Cloud Partner Advantage Program. With the Machine Learning Partner Specialization, SpringML has proven its ability to create customer solutions using Google Cloud technology in the Machine Learning field.
Prabhu Palanisamy, President and Chief Strategy Officer at SpringML, said, “Artificial intelligence and machine learning are one of the core foundations of a successful digital transformation. By using the Google Cloud ML tools & technologies, SpringML has helped enterprises in their digital transformation journey. This is our third renewal which showcases our maturity and strength in providing end-to-end AI/ML support and services. SpringML’s domain expertise, along with Google Cloud’s capabilities, is well positioned to help our joint customers in their AI journey.”
This specialization is awarded to partners that demonstrate successful experiences in data exploration, preprocessing, model training, model evaluation, model deployment, online prediction, and Google’s pre-trained APIs. As a result of this specialization, Google Cloud AI and ML services can be leveraged by customers for analyzing data, using speech and image recognition applications, and more.
SpringML has earned various Google Cloud specializations, including Data Analytics, Data Management, Application Development, and Security. With its agile, iterative, and incremental delivery model, SpringML helps enterprises build future-ready applications using data-driven digital transformation.
Derrick Thompson, Global Head of Partner Differentiation, Google Cloud, said, “AI/ML technologies are driving digital transformation across industries, and having access to experts with competencies in these areas is important to continued innovation. SpringML’s renewed Machine Learning Specialization is proof of its dedication to helping customers transform their business with cloud technologies like ML.”