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Looker Receives 2016 Google Cloud Global Partner Award


March 16, 2017 — Santa Cruz, CA

Looker’s Solutions Help Google Cloud Customers Analyze and Explore All of Their Data

Looker today announced that it has received the Google Cloud Global Partner Award for Solution Innovation. The award was presented at Partner Summit, an event that brought together Google Cloud partners spanning G Suite, GCP, Maps, Devices, and Education in San Francisco.

The Google Cloud Partner Award for Solution Innovation recognizes Looker for its contribution to Google Cloud solutions through their expertise and commitment to delivering cutting-edge products for customers.

“Over the last year, we’ve seen a significant increase in customers adopting Looker’s data platform with Google Cloud Platform’s data products so they can more effectively take advantage of all of their organization’s data and become truly data-driven,” said Keenan Rice, VP Alliances at Looker. “This award showcases the work we’re doing with Google Cloud to ensure all customers are effectively modernizing their analytics.”

“Having a vibrant, thriving tech partner ecosystem is critical to our success, extending the surface area of Google Cloud’s innovation to benefit our shared customers,” said Nan Boden, Head of Global Technology Partners at Google Cloud. “We are proud to provide this recognition to Looker, whose solutions address customer needs using Google Cloud.”



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