On Friday,Shares of Accenture Plc (NYSE:ACN), added 0.44% and closed at $122.17 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $121.78 and $123.03. Accenture (ACN) recently declared an alliance with Google to bring to market industry-specific solutions that will assist clients use cloud, mobility, and analytics to advance their digital transformation agenda and improve business performance. Accenture will apply its broad industry expertise and capabilities to assist enterprise clients improve the value of Google technologies within their organizations.
“The Google alliance supports our digital and cloud strategy, and will assist clients benefit from innovative and industry-specific cloud and mobile solutions built on the full stack of Google technologies,” said Paul Daugherty, chief technology officer, Accenture. “Whether our clients need to innovate faster, create new services or increase the value from their existing technology investments, cloud should be the starting point for their digital transformations. Together with Google, Accenture will assist clients take advantage of game changing solutions that assist solve real business needs.”
“Our alliance with Accenture is designed to assist enterprises transform and take advantage of the most recent technologies from Google Cloud,” said Diane Greene, senior vice president of Google Cloud. “Google’s ongoing product advances, incorporated into joint customer solutions – from mobility and analytics, to machine learning and productivity apps – combined with Accenture’s deep industry knowledge, means we can rapidly address the critical business needs of our customers.”
SunPower Corporation (NASDAQ:SPWR), dropped -1.22% and closed at $8.92 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $8.70 and $9.15. The company’s Market capitalization is $1.22 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 138.15 million. SunPower Corporation designs, manufactures, and delivers solar systems to residential, commercial, and power plant customers worldwide. It operates through three segments: Residential, Commercial, and Power Plant. The company provides solar power components, counting panels and other system components. It also offers commercial rooftop and ground-mounted solar power systems, residential mounting systems, and power plant systems, in addition to utility-scale photovoltaic power plants. In addition, the company offers operations and maintenance services, counting remote monitoring, and preventative and corrective maintenance services, in addition to rapid-response outage restoration services. Further, it leases solar power systems to residential customers; and sells inverters manufactured by third parties. The company serves shareholders, financial institutions, project developers, electric utilities, independent power producers, commercial and governmental entities, production home builders, residential owners, and small commercial building owners.