Quicken, the makers of the popular hardware-management software, are going to integrate Google Cloud Platform into their software.
In a blog post from their founder and CEO Mark Rosenfeld, the company is introducing a feature called Quicken Cloud.
“As we’ve said before, we are working closely with Google on the Cloud platform,” said Rosenfeld.
“That’s where our customers will get access to the most advanced and advanced Cloud capabilities.”
The feature will allow customers to add and delete Quicken’s cloud-based cloud management tools and manage their own data from anywhere on the internet.
It’s the first time Google Cloud has been included in Quicken.
“We are excited to work closely with Quickle on the cloud and Cloud Platform to bring our customers the best Cloud experience possible,” said Google Cloud Cloud Platform Manager David K. Davis.
Google Cloud platforms are available for free to the public.