Google ropes in Redington to lure Indian SMEs with cloud solutions.
The tech giant has joined forces with the country's leading Apple resellers to leverage its network among small and medium businesses.
Google and Indian company Reddington today signed a strategic agreement to promote cloud-based solutions for local SMEs. As part of this collaboration, Redington will drive the distribution and acceptance of Google Workspace and Google Cloud in the SMB, Education and Public Sector, Midmarket and Enterprise sectors. According to a press release, the company will also host the distribution and adoption of Google Chrome Enterprise.
According to Redington, which aims to address the high demand for Google Cloud-based services in India, the public cloud services market in India is expected to grow at a CAGR of 24% between 2021 and 2026 to reach $13.5 billion ($108,000). rupees) million) by 2026.
"According to a recent IDC report, there is high demand for cloud services." However, there is still a large gap between the speed of cloud innovation and the business adoption rate of these technologies. This is a technical hurdle that we will overcome by partnering with Google Cloud India. Ramesh Natarajan, CEO of Redington Ltd. said, "Through our extensive network of trusted and loyal partners, we will be able to improve the procurement and delivery of relevant cloud services and solutions to corporations, SMEs and the public sector.