CloudMile, a cloud, data analytics and artificial intelligence company in Asia, has been recognized as a 2022 Google Cloud Partner All-star in Sales in Malaysia, meeting all of the criteria for managed service provider partners in the areas of sales goals and targets, alignment on shared goals, and management of the customer relationship. The company also plans to double its investments in Malaysia amid its consistently expanding success in the market.
Google Cloud Partner All-stars is an annual program that recognizes and celebrates performance on an All-star level in the areas of solutions engineering and delivery, sales, and marketing. Factors in the CloudMile Malaysia team receiving the award included strategic planning, effort spent on customer success from pre-sales to post-sales, and perseverance in solving challenges.
Being a Google Cloud Premier Partner for the APAC region and the recent elevation to managed service provider status for Malaysia is not only an honorable distinction, it also allows CloudMile to have in-depth access to modernized tools, know-how, services and support from Google Cloud to inspire customers in the future of IT.
CloudMile has become one of the biggest Google Cloud resource partners in Malaysia, growing from a team of three into 30 in the short 18 months since the former’s Kuala Lumpur office began operations.
Lester Leong, CloudMile’s Malaysia country manager, said: “It is deeply validating to see our efforts of the past one and a half years acknowledged in Google Cloud naming us a 2022 Google Cloud Partner All-star. We are truly excited to see what we can accomplish together in 2023 in helping Malaysia accelerate digital transformation and thrive in a cloud-first world.”
Leong added that CloudMile is preparing to launch a Centre of Excellence with a new office in Kuala Lumpur to showcase CloudMile and Google Cloud’s latest cloud solutions and aims to accelerate digital transformation for enterprises on the cloud.
Spencer Liu, Founder & CEO of CloudMile, said: “This is a great and rewarding moment for us. Our Malaysia team has continued to stand as a beacon for what can be achieved in the market in terms of enhancing cloud infrastructure and services across industries. That’s why we plan to double our investments and resources in Malaysia, particularly with regard to recruiting local talent, to help local organizations realize all of the possibilities offered by the cloud and AI.”