Blume Global, a best-in-class digital platform that connects international supply chains into one massive ecosystem, has joined the Google Cloud partner programme as a know-how partner.
The firm joined the programme this week to create a close to real-time cloud-based platform that can present customers with end-to-end visibility of shipments and predictive estimated time of arrivals (ETAs).
The Google Cloud partner programme will enable Blume Global to leverage Google Cloud’s superior capabilities to supply higher synthetic intelligence (AI), algorithms and machine studying (ML) to assist clients deal with the challenges of their supply chain.
Blume Global will have the ability to scale globally with enhanced safety for more practical supply chain community execution, profit from a predictive and proactive administration of all supply chain occasions and allow transferring from fastened lead instances to dynamic lead instances.
“Digital supply chain capabilities are evolving quickly and partnerships like this play a critical role in connecting those capabilities and enabling next level integration. A strong ecosystem of partners is crucial to the success of a modern supply chain,” stated Simon Ellis, program vice chairman, international Supply Chain Strategies at IDC.
“We’re delighted that Blume Global will bring its leading digital supply chain capabilities to Google Cloud” stated Kevin Ichhpurani, Corporate Vice President, Global Partner Ecosystem at Google Cloud. “Retail customers want to modernise quickly, and our partnership with Blume will be an asset to them, letting them leverage Blume’s expertise in supply chain alongside the scalability, flexibility and leading AI and ML capabilities of Google Cloud.”
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