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Lendlease taps Google Cloud for modernisation

The move's main objective is to optimise its digital process.

Lendlease announced a partnership with Google Cloud to modernising the company’s operations.

The agreement is centred around three key areas, namely, the advancement of Lendlease’s IT strategy; integration of artificial intelligence, machine learning and smart data features into Lendlease’s Podium building software platform; and collaboration joint go-to-market initiatives for sustainable projects. 

Bill Ruh, CEO of Lendlease Digital, sees the move to Google Cloud as a way of optimising the company’s digital processes.

"Remaking buildings is both the greatest need and the greatest opportunity in addressing our future. By using Podium to digitise supply chains, firms can plan construction projects with accurate parts, pricing, and supply. This means fewer delays to projects, more precise build plans, and a reduction in cost estimate errors. This will also put important information about the lifecycle of building projects into the hands of employees at their work locations, including construction sites and within owned property assets.”

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