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CoreLogic Teams With Google Cloud For Product Launch

David Krechevsky
Aug 22, 2022
CoreLogic

Discovery Platform, a property analytics ecosystem and data exchange, is fully built on Google Cloud’s infrastructure.

CoreLogic, a global property data and analytics-driven solutions provider, today announced an extended relationship with Google Cloud to support the launch of its new CoreLogic Discovery Platform. 

Fully built on Google Cloud’s secure and sustainable infrastructure, Discovery Platform provides a comprehensive property analytics environment and cloud-based data exchange for businesses across multiple sectors, CoreLogic said.

Discovery Platform allows businesses — including CoreLogic’s core markets of property and real estate technology, mortgage lenders, marketers, and insurance firms — to discover, integrate, analyze, and model property insights to make critical business decisions faster, the company said. 

“CoreLogic and Google Cloud solved a significant challenge in the lag-time required to spin up data analytics workbenches that could be preloaded with nationwide data assets, models, libraries, and software and self-service training,” said John Rogers, chief innovation officer of CoreLogic. “Together, we were able to look at every part of the process — from onboarding to ingestion of data, modeling, and exposure of that insight to the businesses’ operational platform — and cut the lag-time down by more than 50% to give clients access to the insights they need to move the needle on their business faster and easier than ever before.”

The multi-year relationship between CoreLogic and Google Cloud enables the development of a scalable platform built with several Google Cloud services — including Dataproc, BigQuery, Anthos, and Cloud Run — to manage the data science workloads for predictive and prescriptive analytics, CoreLogic said. 

BigQuery is the petabyte-scale (there are 1 million gigabytes in a petabyte) backend for the platform, enabling comprehensive property data views built from a wide array of CoreLogic and third-party data sets. Dataproc powers Discovery Platform facilitating advanced analytics and data science at scale.

Typically, companies with data engineers and scientists spend weeks and even months on data wrangling before reaching the insights needed to drive business growth or mitigate risks, CoreLogic said. Through the collaboration with Google Cloud, it said, the Discovery Platform provides a fully secure and compliant environment with relevant data, tools, security, and governance. 

Using CoreLogic data models and insights allows companies to deploy secure and compliant data analytics workflows within minutes, speeding up the delivery of mission-critical insights, the company said.

Zac Maufe, global head of Financial Services Solutions at Google Cloud, said his company values working with companies like CoreLogic “to develop innovative technology solutions and services that enhance customer experience and deliver insights faster .Our collaboration will support CoreLogic’s clients’ needs and enable the delivery of more comprehensive and efficient solutions for businesses in the real estate finance market.”

Patrick Dodd, president and CEO of CoreLogic, said he is excited about the alliance with Google Cloud. “We’re providing a state-of-the-art analytical platform for our client’s mission-critical processes," Dodd said. "Discovery Platform is born from a growing alliance of two major industry innovators. I see the future horizons our research and development product teams are working on, and I am excited to see what's next.”

Headquartered in Irvine, Calif., CoreLogic operates in North America, Western Europe, and Asia Pacific.

Published
Aug 22, 2022
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