Sunday, December 6, 2015

Microsoft, Karnataka chamber partner to help 2 lakh SMBs

Federation of Karnataka Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FKCCI) and Microsoft have partnered to help more than 2 lakh small medium businesses (SMBs) in Karnataka to adopt technology with cloud computing.
This initiative will not only open more avenues for SMBs but also help them connect better with their existing customers and reach out to the potential customers across India.
“Technology lies at the heart of any business and the right mix of IT adoption helps businesses accelerate their growth at a minimum cost. We are excited to partner with Microsoft to drive the next wave of growth for our member organizations,” said Tallam R Dwarakanath, President, FKCCI.
Meetul Patel, General Manager – SMS&P, Microsoft India, said, ”Amongst SMBs the primary workloads are productivity, Internet connectivity, mail and messaging, business applications, collaboration, cloud storage and cloud platform. With our association with FKCCI we are able to reach out to thousands of SMBs and democratize information technology for small businesses while providing enterprise-class solutions that level the IT playing field for them and offer superior value to SMBs. This will open new avenues for them while gaining access to new markets resulting in profitable growth.”