Logitech G502 software and personal finance software developer Chris Goudreau has been hired as a software developer for Google’s $1 million tech-related job at its San Francisco headquarters.
The Google executive, who worked in the search giant’s San Francisco office before moving to San Francisco, will work at Google’s Silicon Valley headquarters as a part-time position.
Goudsier will join Google in December, the company announced Tuesday.
The software developer joins Google after working in the Google Search and Gmail teams.
Logitech is known for its G50, G50 Pro, G51, G52 and G53 desktop keyboards.
Goudreau joins the company after serving as chief product officer at Search Engine Land, a division of Logitech that focused on building and shipping software products.
He also held roles at Nokia, which is the parent company of Google and is in the process of merging with Nokia in 2019.
Logitech has a strong foothold in the personal finance and mobile industries.
Last year, Logitech earned $4.8 billion in revenue, including a $1.2 billion software business.
Google has been aggressively expanding its financial services, including its own personal-finance product called Glass, which launched last year.
The company said it would invest $1 billion in financial technology companies and partner with them on financial products.