Google Cloud and The Home Depot have extended their multi-year cloud partnership to expand on the retailer’s Digital Transformation and provide customers with enhanced shopping experiences by blending physical and digital environments.
As one of the first major retailers to migrate its website to the cloud, The Home Depot has built upon Google Cloud’s expertise in infrastructure, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and data analytics to enrich customer experiences no matter how they choose to shop–in-store, online or on mobile devices.
“To provide our customers with the flexibility to shop whenever and however they want, we’ve been intensely focused on building an innovative foundation for our systems and applications,” said Matt Carey, CIO of The Home Depot. “We’ve built on Google Cloud since 2015, giving us the scalability and flexibility we need to meet growing demand and quickly introduce more personalized experiences for customers.”
Thomas Kurian, CEO, Google Cloud, said: “As shoppers become even more interconnected, The Home Depot has consistently improved customer experiences in-store and online through AI-powered services.
“The Home Depot’s long-standing focus on technology and early adoption of cloud allowed it to adapt quickly to support customers and associates during the pandemic. We’re proud to expand our partnership with The Home Depot to make home improvement faster and more convenient.”Click below to share this article