Symphony taps Google for cloud, AI, data-sharing tools

By leveraging Google’s AI and data-sharing capabilities, Symphony is strengthening its ties with the tech giant, which is also an investor in the platform.

Artificial intelligence

Financial collaboration platform Symphony Communications Services is planning to leverage artificial intelligence (AI) and data-sharing technology from Google, after confirming it will switch to the tech giant as its main cloud provider.

Symphony initially decided to switch cloud providers after assessing its existing deal with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to be too expensive, says Dietmar Fauser, chief information officer at Symphony. After holding discussions with both providers, he says Google

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