Google Premier Partner, Appsbroker, is pleased to announce that it has achieved the Application Development Partner Specialisation in the Google Cloud Partner Program. By earning the recognition, Appsbroker has proven its expertise and success in building customer solutions in the Application Development field using Google Cloud Platform technology.

The Partner Program is designed to provide Google Cloud customers with qualified partners that have demonstrated technical proficiency and proven success in solution and service areas.

Partners who achieve it have demonstrated success in building and managing applications using the best of GCP in both web and mobile environments. The recognition follows its first Specialisation in Data Analytics earlier this year.

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Mary Rowen, Managing Director at Appsbroker, commented:

These specialisations have provided us with the recognition we deserve and back up the referenceability which our customers proudly provide. We are really pleased to have attained our second. Application Development remains one of Appsbroker’s most successful focus areas, with a wealth of expertise and experience developing applications for our manufacturing, retail and banking customers. A huge congratulations and shout out to all the team involved in this achievement.

About Appsbroker

Appsbroker is Google’s largest Google-only Premier Partner in Europe, delivering solutions across four key areas: Collaboration (including G-Suite), Data Analytics & Machine Learning, High-Performance Computing, and Application Development.

Appsbroker was founded in 2006 and has been working with Google to serve large enterprises for over a decade.

We deliver leading-edge cloud services to some of the world’s most exciting brands, in sectors from retail through automotive to finance. The company provides an interesting and engaging environment with an emphasis on fun and creativity across all of its activities, full of like-minded individuals who balance working hard with playing hard.