The alliance is designed to help enterprises transform and take advantage of the latest technologies from Google Cloud.
Accenture and Google have partnered to develop cloud solutions designed to help clients enhance business performance.
Under the alliance, Accenture will advise enterprise clients on improving the value of Google technologies within their organisations.
The companies will target several industries such as retail, healthcare, consumer products, energy, finance, and others.
The solutions will integrate products from across Google Cloud including Android, apps, analytics, augmented reality, big data, Internet of Things (IoT) and machine learning.
Dedicated resources will be offered from Accenture and Google with expertise in cloud solutions architecture, mobility and app development in order to allow large enterprise clients in accessing the solutions.
Accenture chief technology officer Paul Daugherty said: “The Google alliance supports our digital and cloud strategy, and will help clients benefit from innovative and industry-specific cloud and mobile solutions built on the full stack of Google technologies.”
Google Cloud senior vice president Diane Greene said: “Google’s ongoing product advances, incorporated into joint customer solutions – from mobility and analytics, to machine learning and productivity apps – combined with Accenture’s deep industry knowledge, means we can rapidly address the critical business needs of our customers.”
The Google Cloud Platform has already been integrated into the Accenture Cloud Platform, which allows companies to centrally manage their enterprise cloud resources, public and private, and automate and speed up the delivery of cloud solutions.
Accenture Cloud Platform is delivered as-a-service that offers the ability to manage business services at speed, from a single point.
Apart from Google, the platform integrates with technology from cloud providers such as Amazon Web Services, Cisco, Microsoft and NTT Communications, among others.