CloudMile bags win for Google Workspace migration project | Asian Business Review

CloudMile bags win for Google Workspace migration project

The project enhanced MAHB effective collaboration and communication across its teams.

AI and cloud service provider CloudMile brought home the win in the Cloud - Transportation category at the recently held Malaysia Technology Excellence Awards for its Google Workspace (GWS) Migration Project in collaboration with Malaysia Airports Holdings (MAHB).

The project came as MAHB sought a solution to help them stay true to their commitment to prioritise employee flexibility enhancing collaboration and communication across teams.

MAHB enlisted the help of CloudMile in April 2022 to engage in a migration project to help MAHB transform digitally into a new modern workforce organisation without disruption.

Led by CloudMile, the three-year Google migration project consisted of several phases, including the migration from Microsoft Office 365 (O365) to GWS, re-platforming existing applications, and implementation of a Big Data Analytics platform. ​​The six-month transition period allowed MAHB's workload to run in parallel on both O365 and GWS. 

MAHB was able to seamlessly transition to a cloud-based solution and achieve its goals of employee flexibility and enhanced collaboration with CloudMile and Google Cloud’s support. The cloud providers continue to partner with MAHB, providing managed services and ensuring that the organisation remains at the forefront of technological innovation.

One of the largest airport operator groups in the world in terms of passengers handled, MAHB manages 39 airports across Malaysia and one international airport in Turkey. It embraces four core values, which are integrity, customer centricity, accountability, and new ideas, to ensure they become a productive and effective workforce.

Malaysia Technology Excellence Awards recognises exceptional companies that are leading the technological revolution and digital journeys of their respective industries to boost Malaysia’s ever-growing economy.

About CloudMile

CloudMile, a leading AI and cloud technology company in Asia, focuses on digital transformation for its corporate clients and driving growth. Leveraging machine learning and big data analysis, CloudMile assists over 700+ clients corporates with business forecasts and industrial upgrades. CloudMile has earned 130+ accreditations, with 60+ Google Cloud professional certifications. Being the Premier Partner of Google Cloud, CloudMile is qualified for Machine Learning Specialization, Data Analytics Specialization, Cloud Migration Specialization and Infrastructure Specialization in North Asia. The company has become Google Cloud Managed Service Provider (MSP) covering Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore as well as the Public Sector Partner of the Year for APAC Region 2020. For more information, visit or follow CloudMile on LinkedIn CloudMile Inc.

The Malaysia Technology Excellence Awards is presented by Asian Business Review Magazine. To view the full list of winners, click here. If you want to join the 2024 awards programme and be acclaimed for your company's outstanding contributions in pursuit of technological innovation, please contact Danica Avila at [email protected].

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