How Microsoft cloud technology and co-innovation approach are driving business value for customers across industry
Regardless of industry, digital transformation and adoption of digital tools at scale are among the most strategic decisions any organization can make and can have lasting impact on business outcomes. At the same time, digital technology must be the servant of business outcomes, allowing organizations to realize efficiencies across their business, harness data to deliver differentiated customer experiences, make collaboration seamless wherever employees are located and thwart emerging security threats. This is the foundation of co-innovation with our customers and partners, and how we work together to ensure their digital strategy is aligned to business outcomes and delivers measurable value.
During Microsoft’s What’s Next for Industry event in February, customers — including BlackRock, Team Rubicon, Walgreens Boots Alliance, Novartis, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and Johnson Controls — discuss their experiences partnering with Microsoft and how it has built a foundation for future resiliency.
At our What’s Next for Industry event, we launched industry-specific cloud solutions with security, privacy and compliance built in: Microsoft Cloud for Financial Services, Microsoft Cloud for Manufacturing and Microsoft Cloud for Nonprofit.
During Microsoft Ignite in March (and through green screen magic), customers Apollo Hospitals, Ørsted, BMW, FedEx and Coca-Cola discuss aligning their digital transformation strategy with business outcomes to deliver measurable value.
Via virtual visits during the event, I also met with several customers — Apollo Hospitals, Ørsted, BMW, FedEx and Coca-Cola — to discuss their digital journey and our partnership.
Apr 26, 2021 at 22:26