US: Thermopylae Sciences & Technology (T-Sciences) has announced that it has achieved the Location-Based Services Specialization in the Google Cloud Partner Specialization Program. By earning the Partner Specialization, T-Sciences has proven their expertise and success in building customer solutions in the Location-Based Services field using Google Cloud Platform technology.
The Google Cloud Partner Specialization Program is designed to provide Google Cloud customers with qualified partners that have demonstrated technical proficiency and proven success in specialized solution and service areas. Partners that have achieved the Location-Based Services Specialization have demonstrated success in building and managing applications using the best of Google Maps Platform and Google Cloud Platform in both web and mobile environments.
Through over 10 years of collaboration with Google, T-Sciences has built momentum to become one of Google’s top globally performing Google Maps Platform partners. This success, combined a deep bench of engineering talent and experience with complex geospatial and cloud problem sets, positions T-Sciences to provide customers with unparalleled support and recommendations for optimization and implementation.
“We’ve had the opportunity to build and grow this partnership with Google for a decade, and it is an honor to have that hard work recognized with this specialization,” said Harris Eisenberg, Executive Vice President of T-Sciences. “We believe that in addition to our award-winning support, combining the capabilities of Google Cloud Platform and Google Maps Platform will allow us to facilitate some really cutting-edge solutions to classic business problems.”
AJ Clark, T-Sciences Founder and CEO added, “Our partnership with Google has allowed us a unique approach to delivering solutions tied to Location. Google consistently takes novel approaches with Maps and Cloud that have had a tremendously positive impact for our customers. Seeing customers start with a map and end up with capabilities that combine data and services they never dreamed of is extremely satisfying.”