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Google Cloud, SADA Announce Expanded Partnership With $2.5B Cloud Sales Goal

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SADA, a Google Cloud partner, has announced a new three-year continuation of its relationship with Google Cloud—with the goal to drive customers to $2.5B in Google Cloud consumption. With this new goal, SADA will roll out additional offerings and services that build upon Google Cloud solutions and capabilities.

According to the company, the expanded relationship comes in response to increased demand from global brands and SaaS organizations that are making cloud an integral part of their digital transformation plans, migrating to and transforming with Google Cloud.

The SADA-Google Cloud relationship, initially launched in 2006, drives adoption of Google Cloud’s platform and technologies through SADA’s expertise as a Managed Services Provider (MSP). In 2020, SADA announced a $500M multi-year goal to drive the continued adoption of Google Cloud’s platform and technologies. Following its 2021 acquisition of ByteWave (now SADA India) and the opening of a Global Delivery Center in Armenia, SADA has set the stage for additional expansion into Europe and Asia Pacific.

SADA has also added and updated its current product and services portfolio. Launched in January 2022, SADA POWER is a new services product line that combines Google Cloud’s technology and SADA expertise to deliver valuable cloud services and solutions in a consistent, scaled manner.

SADA is a Google Cloud partner across the entire portfolio of products and has been named Google Cloud Global Reseller Partner of the Year for 2018, 2019, and 2020.

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