Symphony Moves to Google Cloud

Communication and collaboration platform moves to cloud run by one of its investors.

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Google is an investor in Symphony, taking part of a $100 million round of funding in October 2015. At the time, The Wall Street Journal reported Google valued the firm at $660 million.

A Symphony spokesperson tells WatersTechnology the firm also uses Amazon Web Services (AWS). Customers will now have the ability to choose between the two with GCP serving as the default.

"Symphony's secure cloud communications platform enables the world's largest financial institutions to migrate mission-critical

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