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Lloyd's taps into Google Cloud for digital transformation

Wednesday 11 March 2020 10:41 CET | News

Lloyds Banking Group has agreed on a five-year partnership with Google Cloud to boost its digital transformation work.

The deal comes under Lloyd's GBP 3 billion internal investment to upgrade its IT systems to compete in the increasingly digitised world of finance. The UK-based bank, which serves 26 million customers, will collaborate with Google Cloud to help drive its overall cloud transformation programme and streamline its operations, according to Cloud PRO.

The five-year partnership will see Lloyds use several Google Cloud services to help modernise and support its customer experience. This will also include Google Cloud experts on-site to enhance engineering processes, all to offer innovative new services to the bank's retail and commercial customers.

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Keywords: Lloyds Banking Group, digital transformation, UK, cloud, IT systems, Google Cloud
Categories: Banking & Fintech | Payments General
Countries: United Kingdom
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