Google Cloud charges

Ramp has processed transactions for Google Cloud.

You might see Google Cloud listed on your credit card statement as:
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Ramp is a spend management platform used by over 15,000 businesses for easy-to-use cards, spend limits, approval flows, vendor payments, and more. Ramp has merchant data on over 1 million unique acceptors, over 8x more than other credit card charge databases. Merchant charges aren’t always recognizable on card statements, and Ramp’s exhaustive dataset is the most reliable way to better understand where and why charges are appearing on your statements.

Google Cloud could appear on your statement as:

What is Google Cloud?

Google Cloud is a cloud computing platform that was developed by Google. It offers a range of services under different categories such as compute, storage, networking, big data, machine learning, Internet of Things (IoT), security, identity and access management, and more. As a user of Google Cloud, you can access and create resources in the cloud, such as virtual machines, storage buckets, cloud functions, and more to run your applications and workloads.

  1. Compute Engine: It is Google Cloud's infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) offering that provides virtual machines (VMs) for running your applications and workloads in the cloud.
  2. Cloud Storage: It provides secure and scalable object storage for your data, allowing you to store and retrieve your data from anywhere in the world.
  3. BigQuery: It is a fully-managed, serverless data warehouse that allows you to analyze your big data using SQL-like queries.
  4. Cloud Functions: It provides a serverless environment for running your code in response to events such as changes to data in Google Cloud Storage, Pub/Sub messages, or HTTP requests.
  5. Cloud AI Platform: It provides a suite of services for building, training, and deploying machine learning models at scale.

Google Cloud website:

“Accurate classification of expenses is vital for businesses as it forms the backbone of financial reporting, tax compliance, and strategic decision-making. It enables businesses to track and analyze their spending patterns, identify cost-saving opportunities, and assess the profitability of various operations or projects.”
Audrey Carroll
Senior Manager, Accounting, Ramp

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