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Andhra Pradesh explores new frontiers in e-Governance with Microsoft Kaizala

Andhra Pradesh Government

Andhra Pradesh (AP) government has been at the forefront of e-Governance movement in India. The state’s Chief Minister, Chandrababu Naidu is considered, and rightly so, more as a CEO than a chief minister. Perhaps that is the reason why Chandrababu Naidu wants to treat every citizen in his state as a customer. AP government was the second state government in India to set up a Happiness Index Department, a new administrative machinery to monitor the effectiveness of government policies and services at the ground level. You can sense his belief in and expectation from the new department when he says, “No government can be rated as successful or achieve desired results unless happiness prevails in society. We have to work towards achieving the dream goal of making Andhra Pradesh a happy state.”
Apollo Hospitals improves operational efficiency of its telehealth services

Apollo Hospitals

Apollo is one of the largest hospital chains in India with over 60 hospitals across the country and over 40,000 employees. It also has a substantial presence in telehealth, pharmacy & insurance. Apollo’s mission is to provide healthcare to a billion people and hence it is putting a great emphasis on providing clinical advice and care in towns and villages where good healthcare is still a huge challenge.
Taking to the cloud to bring the full health picture for seniors into focus


MatrixCare technology helps tens of thousands of healthcare professionals deliver better care to seniors and others recovering from surgery, illness, or injury in long-term, post-acute care (LTPAC) settings. A 2017 winner of the prestigious Best in KLAS Award for Long-Term Care Software, MatrixCare provides LTPAC caregivers with the tools they need to improve the quality and efficacy of patient care. By moving to the Microsoft Azure platform, MatrixCare takes advantage of the scalability, security, reliability, interoperability, and built-in analytics of that platform to provide solutions that support seamless, enhanced, and proactive care. Its latest example, the CareCommunity care coordination platform, integrates information from multiple care settings to create one comprehensive electronic longitudinal health record and provides easy-to-use tools to help caregivers, physicians, patients, and families communicate and collaborate on improving care.
Microsoft and viaSport team up to improve sport accessibility in British Columbia


Faced with the challenge of communicating specific information to British Columbians with diverse needs and interests, viaSport turned to Microsoft’s chatbot to connect more people with the right information.
The Real Deal: How Quebec’s Biggest Real Estate Website Uses the Microsoft Cloud to Succeed


Centris® is probably best known for publishing centris.ca: Quebec’s #1 website for home listings. Behind the scenes, this real estate tech company also provides the province’s 13,000 real estate brokers and 12 boards with the digital tools, insights, and support they need to run their business. And what a business! Every year, the Centris system facilitates billions of dollars in real estate sales.
New Zealand school saves $150,000 (NZD) and enhances education with cloud-based tools 

Nayland College

Nayland College was using Google Apps for Education to reduce the need for on-premises servers and software, but the solution was not meeting its needs. So the school chose to migrate to Microsoft Office 365. The new software was so well received by staff and students that the migration finished well ahead of schedule. The school now has access to a powerful suite of teaching and learning tools, and it saved $150,000 (NZD) on hardware. Microsoft partner pcMedia facilitated the migration with its cloud and education expertise.
Setting a fast pace to the cloud: College transforms IT in just six months

San Joaquin Valley College

Established in 1977 in Visalia, California, San Joaquin Valley College (SJVC) is a for-profit junior college with 15 campuses, an online division, and more than 20 certificate and associate of science degree programs in multiple disciplines. To gain better uptime and simplify IT management, SJVC decided to move its learning management system and other infrastructure from on-premises to Microsoft Azure and Office 365. With help from Microsoft FastTrack, SJVC transformed its technology environment within six months and continues to innovate.
Why is BitTitan still growing 50–100 percent a year after 10 years?


To sharpen its marketing and sales, BitTitan—which provides solutions to help IT service providers run their businesses—turned to Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Power BI. Now, it understands social media response to its product launches and other marketing fast enough to optimize its messaging and boost engagement numbers. Additionally, BitTitan used Microsoft technology to improve the quality of leads it offered as sales inducements to its partners—boosting their businesses along with its own.
This Microsoft partner thought it couldn’t generate margins from Azure. Then it thought again.

US Licensing Group

US Licensing Group sold Microsoft products and services for 20 years. But it didn’t often license and deploy Azure until joining the Azure FastTrack program. Now, the company has specialized offerings that differentiate it in the hottest vertical markets. Azure deals close five times faster, Azure business with current customers has doubled, and the pipeline of new customers has tripled. US Licensing Group’s Azure business is a success—with some help from FastTrack.
Brazilian retailer stands out from the crowd with data analytics platform

Fast Shop

Fast Shop is a leading Brazilian retailer that specializes in providing customers with a unique shopping experience and personalized attention. To stay competitive in a challenging economic climate, Fast Shop has implemented a solution based on the Cortana Intelligence Suite. Now, Fast Shop has the real-time insight it needs to optimize multiple processes including pricing and customer engagement.

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