As they move toward the modern workplace, companies face central challenges, which vary according to maturity: efficient data management, cybersecurity, the introduction of cloud services, use of artificial intelligence, process automation in the no-code/low-code era, and successful collaboration across decentralized teams even as working hours are increasingly compressed, to name just a few. Microsoft offers a number of technologies and solutions that can help with overcoming these challenges.
Microsoft will be showcasing its latest innovations and bringing the global Microsoft partners together at the most important Microsoft event of the year, the annual Microsoft Inspire conference, to be held July 18–20.
Campana & Schott will be attending again this year. In our role as the winner of the Microsoft Partner of the Year Award for 2023 in the category “Modern Work: Employee Experience” and a finalist in the category “Modern Work: Project & Portfolio Management,” we take care to continuously grow and expand our expertise and gain an even deeper understanding of Microsoft’s technologies and vision. This allows us to continue to offer you the best possible strategies and implementations for your company, based on solutions from Microsoft.
This year, artificial intelligence (AI) makes up about half of all the talks at Microsoft Inspire, but that isn’t all. Satya Nadella’s keynote address, which kicked off the event, also focused entirely on the use of AI. Microsoft is heralding no less than the dawn of a new era: the transition from the digital transformation to the AI transformation. There is so much potential in this field that the use of AI may even boost GDP at the macroeconomic level. Products such as Microsoft 365, Bing, Viva, Power BI and Power Platform, Dynamics 365 and Azure Open AI all show how AI is being systematically integrated into the Microsoft product portfolio. AI enhances productivity, enables intelligent decisions, and intensifies creativity, all aligned with Microsoft’s motto: “Empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more.”