3 more companies that are using GCP

How PayPal, AutoTrader and MTN leverage Google Cloud technology to optimise their business operations.

2 years ago   •   2 min read

By Angelique Tzanakakis

In our previous post, we discussed some popular apps that use Google Cloud Platform (GCP). As mentioned previously, there are many reasons why organisations choose GCP - whether it’s the security, scalability, or the high speed-to-market GCP offers. In this post, we present three more recognisable companies who use GCP.


PayPal, with the help of cloud technology, was one of the first companies that let you manage and move money over the internet securely and quickly. With 325 million active accounts, PayPal looked to Google Cloud to enable its developers to reduce the time it took to bring products to customers and optimise operations.

AutoTrader (UK)

Looking to buy or sell a car? AutoTrader is a digital automotive marketplace where you can buy and sell cars.  GCP gave AutoTrader greater agility and reduced deployment time from 10 minutes to 20 seconds. Another advantage of using GCP is the security benefits. AutoTrader customers can rest assured that their information is encrypted from beginning to end.


The MTN Group is a well-known multinational telecommunications company operating out of 21 countries in Africa and the Middle East. APIs pay a large role in the company’s digital transformation efforts. By leveraging Google Cloud’s Apigee, they are able to deliver features four times faster, monetise their API assets, process 1 billion API calls, as well as facilitate secure interactions and real-time monitoring.

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