Under the deal, Dun & Bradstreet will work towards acceleration of its infrastructure modernization with the help of Google Cloud
Search engine giant Google is all set to make an announcement regarding its 10-year deal with Dun & Bradstreet Holdings Inc. According to various sources, the deal was made with Google Cloud to receive cloud computing services, while the two companies are also expected to work on new software development to counter supply chain risk and other rising issues. Under the deal, Dun & Bradstreet will work towards acceleration of its infrastructure modernization with the help of Google Cloud. The main motto of the collaboration is no increased visibility in the supply chain, which is jam-packed due to the ongoing pandemic.
President of Dun & Bradstreet NA, Kevin Coop, has stated that they have the necessary technology, position, and data between both companies. Other terms regarding the deal have not yet been disclosed. Dun & Bradstreet is expected to provide the necessary repository of data from its side for Google Cloud’s Supply Chain Twin tech. The main function of these is to offer a better digital representation of physical supply chains. Google Cloud’s President of NA, Kirsten Kliphouse, has stated that the latest partnership will provide deeper insights into supply chain disruptions. Furthermore, she added that the company’s data gives them an overview of the supply chain initiatives.