Google Cloud Marketplace to host Unbxd product discovery solutions

By Akshay Kedari  Date: 2021-06-15

Google Cloud Marketplace to host Unbxd product discovery solutions

Leading AI-powered e-commerce product discovery solution company Unbxd Inc. has announced its availability on Google Cloud Marketplace. Brands and retailers hosted on Google Cloud will now be able to leverage a unified billing approach, deeper product integrations, and faster go-to-market while allowing for a better shopping experience.

According to sources, Unbxd’s availability on Google Cloud Marketplace will make it easier for SIs, e-commerce stores, and the partner ecosystem to incorporate the best-in-class product discovery solutions. Moreover, the software company’s 100% API-based approach will integrate an e-commerce website and Unbxd's commerce Search-as-a-Service.

To revolutionize digital experiences, online businesses are looking to introduce new tech functionalities using infrastructure that is reliable as well as highly scalable. The goal is to create online shopper interactions in a way that is relevant, contextual, and personalized.

Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder at Unbxd, Pavan Sondur, was quoted saying that the strategic relationship with Google Cloud is a stepping stone towards reaching more online stores across the globe over the next 5 years.

Unbxd’s availability on Google Cloud Marketplace will make it easier for online retail stores to create a blend of unique & personalized shopping experience for users, Sondur added. Moreover, retailers and brands will be able to purchase Unbxd solutions through Google Cloud Marketplace, enabling faster integration, easy onboarding, and a powerful digital experience.

Director, Partnerships, at Google Cloud, Nirav Sheth, reportedly said that delivering exceptional online retail experiences is of the utmost importance in this day and age.

Sheth further emphasized that Unbxd on Google Cloud Marketspace will allow businesses to seamlessly deploy and manage their Solution-as-a-Service, ultimately delivering optimum search and product discovery capabilities to end-users.

If reports are to be believed, Google Cloud and Unbxd will join hands in go-to-market efforts, enabling customers to use and scale the bouquet of services provided by Unbxd, including browsing, site search, and recommendations.

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