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Leverege Achieves the IoT Partner Specialization in the Google Cloud Partner Program

Google Cloud Recognizes Leverege’s Technical Proficiency and Proven Success In Internet of Things and Sensor-Powered Solutions

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Rockville, Maryland – April 9, 2019 – Leverege today announced that it has achieved the IoT Partner Specialization in the Google Cloud Partner Program. By earning the Partner Specialization, Leverege has proven their expertise and success in building customer solutions in the Internet of Things using Google Cloud Platform technology.

Specializations in the Google Cloud Partner Program are designed to provide Google Cloud customers with qualified partners that have demonstrated technical proficiency and proven success in specialized solution and service areas. Partners that have achieved the IoT Partner Specialization have demonstrated the ability to connect, process, store, and analyze data both at the edge and in the cloud to drive new business value.

“Leverege has been delivering business-critical IoT solutions across industry verticals for nearly five years and we’re excited to join Google Cloud as a launch partner at Next ’19,” said Eric Conn, CEO and Co-founder of Leverege. “Achieving the IoT Partner Specialization underscores our company-wide commitment to architecting and implementing cloud-native, scalable solutions that drive business value for our customers.” 

Leverege offers products and services for every step along a customer’s IoT journey: from initial prototypes to full-scale pilots to scaled deployments. The Leverege IoT platform has set the standard for openness, modularity, and security and powers solutions for some of the largest and most respected brands in the world. The Leverege team also created and manages the leading educational IoT property on the web: IoT For All.

For media inquiries or more information, please contact:
Shannon Lee
[email protected]
www.leverege.com

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Rockville, Maryland – April 9, 2019 – Leverege today announced that it has achieved the IoT Partner Specialization in the Google Cloud Partner Program. By earning the Partner Specialization, Leverege has proven their expertise and success in building customer solutions in the Internet of Things using Google Cloud Platform technology.

Specializations in the Google Cloud Partner Program are designed to provide Google Cloud customers with qualified partners that have demonstrated technical proficiency and proven success in specialized solution and service areas. Partners that have achieved the IoT Partner Specialization have demonstrated the ability to connect, process, store, and analyze data both at the edge and in the cloud to drive new business value.

“Leverege has been delivering business-critical IoT solutions across industry verticals for nearly five years and we’re excited to join Google Cloud as a launch partner at Next ’19,” said Eric Conn, CEO and Co-founder of Leverege. “Achieving the IoT Partner Specialization underscores our company-wide commitment to architecting and implementing cloud-native, scalable solutions that drive business value for our customers.” 

Leverege offers products and services for every step along a customer’s IoT journey: from initial prototypes to full-scale pilots to scaled deployments. The Leverege IoT platform has set the standard for openness, modularity, and security and powers solutions for some of the largest and most respected brands in the world. The Leverege team also created and manages the leading educational IoT property on the web: IoT For All.

For media inquiries or more information, please contact:
Shannon Lee
[email protected]
www.leverege.com

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