From 5,000 Orders to 3M Orders Per Day

Rayi Noormega
Aug 1, 2018 · 1 min read
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This year, GO-JEK took part in the Google Cloud Next, held in San Francisco. With the theme “Made Here Together”, the conference was attended by 23,000+ tech leaders, developers, and partners from the Google Cloud Community.

Debuting on stage with a scooter, Ajey (our CTO) shared how GO-JEK scaled its impact with the help of Google technology. Ajey shared how Google Maps enabled our driver partners to pick up customers accurately and provide accurate estimates of food delivery times.

In the last two years, GO-JEK has been working very closely with the Google Maps and Google Cloud Perform teams. BigQuery, Cloud Dataflow, and Google Cloud storage have supported GO-JEK with data storage.

Watch more to find out how GO-JEK manages its 3 million orders and takes approximately 2.5 million customers per day:

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