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May 24, 2023
Technology consultancy SADA Systems is collaborating with Google Cloud to deploy generative AI solutions across its joint customer base. This partnership means SADA will bolster its generative AI capabilities, help its global customer base accelerate their AI journey and create new AI-powered features and experiences.
SADA’s technical team of cloud experts believes the most optimal use cases for AI are spread across five capabilities. These include searching and summarizing complex content; creating new content; having automated human-like conversations; recommending personalized products; and automating business processes and decision-making. SADA is also expanding its portfolio of point solutions, developing them internally as well as in strategic collaboration with some of its ISV partners and customers, organization officials said.
Miles Ward, chief technology officer at SADA. He says the possibilities created by leveraging Google Cloud’s generative AI will unlock quick and meaningful value for businesses.
SADA Systems’ Miles Ward
“The key to success in the space is, and will continue to be, implementing generative AI tools thoughtfully while understanding how and where to mitigate risk in order to drive long-term, successful outcomes,” Ward said. “Our new alliance will enable SADA’s team of experts to help businesses go to market with generative AI features at greater scale and speed.”
SADA’s “generative AI discovery workshop” has grown in demand. It’s tailored to help organizations reimagine their operating model, embrace automation, boost productivity and create new revenue streams. The quick assessment helps customers understand Google Cloud’s generative AI solution portfolio and where it fits best. And it integrates generative AI tools into a customer’s internal and/or external systems and accelerates the deployment of Vertex AI and other foundational models.
Bron Hastings, vice president, ISV ecosystem and channels at Google Cloud, said generative AI has the potential to transform a variety of the most common work processes while unlocking new opportunities and value for businesses.
Google’s Bron Hastings
“Partners like SADA will play a critical role helping customers understand the business case for generative AI and implementing Google Cloud generative AI quickly, responsibly and at scale — so it’s exciting to see SADA further deepening its AI expertise and offerings for businesses,” Hastings said.
Claudia Adrien is a reporter for Channel Futures where she covers breaking news. Prior to Informa, she wrote about biosecurity and infectious disease for a national publication. She holds a degree in journalism from the University of Florida and resides in Tampa.
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