TYMLEZ Group (ASX: TYM) has been awarded a partnership status by search engine giant — Google. The official partnership is centred on the Google Cloud Technology Partner Program. With this partnership, TYMLEZ will be able to list its blockchain platform on the Google Cloud Platform Marketplace. There, the company can easily market blockchain technology to a large and readily available audience.
TYMLEZ Group Recently Partnered With Hewlett Packard Enterprise and SUSE
This partnership with Google is coming right after the company announced its partnerships with Hewlett Packard Enterprise and SUSE. Speaking on how the company is already on the track to commercialisation, Peak Asset Management head of Equity Capital Markets Richard Rouse said that:
“increasingly on the radar of the world’s tech titans”.
He continued that:
“This comes on the heels of the quarterly, where the company announced its partnership with Hewlett Packard Enterprise and SUSE is nearing commercialisation.”
A recent report also stated that:
“the collaboration gained positive traction in advancing the partnership to a commercial stage, with the final solution to provide an instant environment for programming decentralised blockchain-based applications.”
What TYMLEZ Stands to gain from the Google Partnership?
As a result of the new partnership with Google, TYMLEZ will also be presented with training materials for its developers as well as with Google credits in order for the company’s developers to access the Google Cloud developer for development and testing, “proof of concept” opportunities and customer demonstrations
About the TYMLEZ’s platform
The TYMLEZ’s platform is known for its scalability and its fast-paced deployment protocols. Unlike other competing platforms, TYMLEZ provides large enterprises with access to its commercial-grade, smart contract, blockchain technology. This will further help these enterprises to boost efficiencies, security, automation and risk and compliance for customers.
This partnership is expected to increase the attention given to blockchain technology.