Wells Fargo Launches Digital Infrastructure Strategy for Customers and Employees
Wells Fargo announced a new digital infrastructure strategy, combining a multi-cloud approach with third-party data centers to boost the technological speed, agility and scalability of its customers and employees. At the heart of the digital infrastructure strategy is Wells Fargo’s selection of two industry leaders as public cloud providers: Microsoft Azure as the primary public cloud provider and Google Cloud providing public cloud services. additional reviews for the business.
“The launch of our new digital infrastructure strategy is a critical step in our multi-year journey to transform Wells Fargo, making it easier for customers to do business with us and creating a better work experience for our employees,” said Saul Van Beurden, director of Wells Fargo. Technology. “Tomorrow’s Wells Fargo will be digital first and will offer more user-friendly products and services, and it all starts with the speed of driving, scalability and enhanced user experience through the digital infrastructure strategy of new generation that we are announcing today. “
Wells Fargo will leverage the Microsoft Azure platform to enable the creation of innovative solutions across all banking functions and provide a reliable and secure foundation for mission-critical workloads. The two companies will partner to use critical data and analytics services to accelerate Wells Fargo’s digital transformation, including delivering enhanced customer experiences and enabling increased employee collaboration. Google Cloud will drive advanced workloads and complex artificial intelligence and data solutions, enabling the company to move faster in creating personalized experiences for its customers and customers.
A secure and compliant cloud platform that will provide protections to protect the data, privacy and financial assets of Wells Fargo customers, with an emphasis on data privacy, is an integral part of the digital infrastructure strategy .
“Wells Fargo and Microsoft have a long-standing relationship, and we’re excited to build on this foundation to accelerate Wells Fargo’s digital transformation journey,” said Judson Althoff, Chief Commercial Officer, Microsoft. “Microsoft Azure provides financial services institutions with its secure, compliant and scalable platform for industry cloud solution needs, including advanced and complex workloads. By standardizing on the Microsoft cloud and trusting Azure as its most strategic and primary cloud platform across all industries, Wells Fargo will be able to advance its top business and technology transformation priorities in areas keys such as risk and control management, personalized banking services and the digital branch of the future.
“We are proud to support Wells Fargo on its multi-cloud journey, with artificial intelligence and data solutions that will not only transform the business, but also fuel the future of personalized experiences for its customers and customers,” said said Rob Enslin, president, Google Cloud. “Google Cloud is committed to providing financial institutions with cloud technology that enables banks to scale and create the digital experiences customers demand.”
As a further part of the new digital infrastructure strategy, Wells Fargo will move to a set of third-party-owned data centers, while the longer-term aspirations of the company are to rely primarily on the public cloud. These facilities will complement Microsoft’s public cloud and Google Cloud offerings with both private cloud and traditional hosting services to create a secure, resilient and flexible technology foundation for business transformation.