Bloomreach, the leader in Commerce Experience™, announced that Bloomreach Engagement, the company’s Customer Data and Experience Platform (CDXP), is now available on Google Cloud Marketplace. Bloomreach Engagement is a leading omnichannel marketing automation and experience platform, unifying data from all customer touchpoints and providing marketers with a complete toolset to build end-to-end, personalized customer journeys.
Google Cloud Marketplace offers integrated solutions vetted by Google Cloud, allowing businesses to scale procurement via online discovery, purchasing, and fulfillment of enterprise-grade cloud solutions. The inclusion of Bloomreach Engagement on Google Cloud Marketplace will allow the growing number of enterprises utilizing Google Cloud to quickly and easily find, procure, and scale Bloomreach’s CDXP. It will also offer simplified billing for joint customers. Brands and retailers can purchase Bloomreach directly through Google Cloud Marketplace, with no new billing contract required.
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“We are thrilled to join Google Cloud Marketplace, simplifying how businesses find and start working with Bloomreach Engagement, and allowing them to quickly begin creating incredible customer experiences and driving real results,” said Brian Walker, Chief Strategy Officer, Bloomreach. “At Bloomreach, we’ve long been serving enterprise clients around the world, and to now be included on Google Cloud Marketplace validates our ability to offer fast, effective, and secure solutions to large-scale customers.”
“We welcome Bloomreach Engagement to Google Cloud Marketplace,” said Amy Bray, global head of Google Cloud Marketplace. “Google Cloud Marketplace will make it very easy for retailers, brands, and other businesses to find, procure and deploy Bloomreach on a global scale, ultimately helping these businesses deliver exceptional, personalized experiences for their customers.”
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