HCL, Google Cloud extent partnership to support the healthcare sector

HCL, Google Cloud extent partnership to support the healthcare sector

Indian IT services company, HCL Technologies has announced its extended strategic alliance with Google Cloud to introduce advanced life sciences and healthcare solutions for clients.

Notably, the latest alliance aims at offering the best of HCL and Google Cloud’s healthcare and life sciences solutions along with investments through co-innovation and focus on addressing the dynamic changes in the industry.

According to an official statement by HCL, the company will build a joint center of excellence (COE) for Google Cloud along with industry experts and ‘ideapreneurs’ who have been certified by Google Cloud to extend solutions for provider, payer, biopharma, and medtech clients.

The Cloud Native Labs by HCL will focus on accelerating these solutions with the support of Google Cloud that will be positioned to offer solutions using its native data and AI technology along with its security capabilities across the life sciences and healthcare value chain.

For the record, the center of excellence by HCL will build services that focus on eliminating crucial industry issues like, data governance, security, interoperability, along with delivering a superior customer experience.

Kevin Ichhpurani, Corporate Vice-President (Partner Ecosystem) at Google Cloud, was reportedly quoted stating that with healthcare and life sciences industries constantly moving to digitization, there is a surging need for solutions that are secure, cloud-native, and support innovation.

As per a statement by Shrikanth Shetty, Corporate VP at HCL, the entity has inked a strategic alliance with Google Cloud for the initiative as it will allow experts at HCL to use years of expertise in the field to provide highly advanced cloud-native solutions to the market.

The alliance will help enhance the patient and employee experience and use the data to offer insights in areas such as ‘servitization’ and claims management, Mr. Shetty added.