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Nick Yorke

Contino Awarded Google Cloud Premier Partner Status for the UK and Ireland

Contino is proud to announce that we have been awarded Google Cloud premier partner status for the UK and Ireland.

This is the highest status a partner can attain and reflects our ongoing commitment to delivering excellence to our customers on Google Cloud.

The elevation to premier partner status in this region further strengthens our partnership with Google, who we have worked with on a number of successful cloud migrations—including at DueDil where we accelerated their product growth through the adoption of Google Cloud Platform (GCP).

Reacting to the news, Michael Chalmers, MD EMEA, had this to say:

“We are thrilled to have been awarded premier partner status by Google Cloud. We’ve been working hard this year to grow our Google Cloud expertise through the expansion of our GCP practice—Contino’s internal community of GCP experts. This has enabled us to accelerate our delivery of thought leadership and technical enablement with our customers on Google Cloud and it’s great to see this hard work recognised by Google.”

As a premier partner with over 25 Professional Cloud Certifications in the UK/I region, we will continue to support our customers on transforming their businesses through the implementation and rollout of Google Cloud technologies.

Going forward, our focus remains on strengthening our reputation in Google Cloud by building out our ‘Expertise’ and working towards achieving a ‘Specialisation’, which is the highest technical recognition a partner can earn.

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