Mahindra Group migrates its business-critical applications to Google Cloud and revamps its DevSecOps capabilities. It includes SAP data warehouse and data lake on the cloud that helps businesses achieve customer-centricity, sustainability, process intelligence, and automation.

Group chief technology officer of the Mahindra and Mahindra, Mohit Kapoor, said, “A digital mindset is a front and center in every aspect of the Mahindra Group. We are building for the future with advanced cloud-based technologies and data-driven strategies to speed up decision making and maximize synergies across our business.”

The transfer will take place over the next three years, according to Mahindra Group, which has companies in farm equipment such as tractors, utility vehicles, IT, and financial services.

It aims to be able to better predict trends and consumer sentiments, accelerate product innovation and deliver personalized customer experiences by then, as well as simplify data administration, cut total cost of ownership, and increase security and governance.

Mahindra will also use Google Cloud’s site reliability engineering (SRE) and DevSecOps teams to bolster its own cloud engineering and cloud-native operations capabilities.

Mahindra’s shift to Google Cloud follows the establishment of its technology services division, which is focused on providing industry-specific capabilities in areas like precision agriculture and remote patient monitoring.

“By utilizing Google Cloud’s best-in-class infrastructure and data capabilities, we can innovate faster for competitive differentiation, advance our enterprise sustainability goals, and strengthen our talent pool by attracting the best tech talent in the industry,” added Mohit Kapoor, Group chief technology officer of the Mahindra and Mahindra.