Google Cloud takes aim at verticals starting with new set of tools for retailers

Google Cloud takes aim at verticals starting with new set of tools for retailers

April 10th, 2019|Tags: , , , , , , |

On Wednesday April 10, 2019, Ron Miller at TechCrunch wrote:
Google might not be Adobe or Salesforce, but it has a particular set of skills, which fit nicely with retailer requirements and can over time help improve the customer experience, even if that means just simply making sure the website or app is running, even on peak demand. Today, at Google Cloud N…

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