Symphony Delivers Secure and Compliant Communications to the Financial Services Industry on Google Cloud Platform
PALO ALTO, CA., July 20, 2016 – Symphony Communication Services, LLC, the secure collaboration and workflow technology company, today announced that its platform now runs on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). GCP enables Symphony’s customers to scale globally with higher reliability and lower latency, while satisfying security and compliance requirements.
“Symphony’s secure cloud communications platform enables the world’s largest financial institutions to migrate mission-critical content and business operations to the cloud,” said David Gurlé, founder and CEO, Symphony. “Running Symphony on the Google Cloud Platform allows us to expand our global footprint and provide greater performance and reliability to our growing customer base.”
Enterprises need to keep pace with the demands of their clients while maintaining efficiency and productivity. As part of this collaboration, Google and Symphony worked together to define best practices for secure, cloud-based communication and content sharing in financial services.
Symphony customers can be confident that their collaboration between colleagues, partners and counterparts will be fast, reliable and secure. GCP’s interconnectivity between its global cloud regions enables rapid collaboration for Symphony’s cross-region customers. Google’s cloud infrastructure also delivers improved application performance for Symphony users. Furthermore, Symphony customers can be confident that GCP’s continuous investment in its infrastructure will present future benefits.
The secure, cloud-based communications platform that connects markets and individuals, Symphony promotes collaboration and increases workflow productivity while maintaining organizational compliance. Founded in October 2014 and headquartered in Palo Alto, CA, the company has offices in New York, Chicago, Boston, Hong Kong, Singapore and London. Symphony has raised $170 million from the world’s largest financial institutions and recognized investors, including: Bank of America Merrill Lynch, BlackRock, BNY Mellon, Citadel, Citi, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Google Inc., Goldman Sachs, HSBC, J.P. Morgan, Jefferies, Lakestar, Maverick, Merus Capital, Morgan Stanley, Natixis, Nomura, Societe Generale, UBS and Wells Fargo.