MS announces five industry-specific cloud solutions including healthcare, finance, and manufacturing

On the 24th of local time in the United States, Microsoft announced a large number of clouds specialized in five major industries including healthcare, distribution, finance, manufacturing, and non-profit organizations.

The industry-specific cloud that was unveiled on this day was built by integrating a common data model, cloud-to-cloud connector, workflow, application programming interface (API), and components and standards of each industry with various cloud services of Microsoft.

Based on solid security, Microsoft designed solutions to achieve technological innovation from the most urgent areas in each industry, with industry-specific priorities in mind, with in-house experts such as doctors, financial experts, and nonprofit leaders.

The Microsoft Cloud for Financial Services offers multiple security and broad compliance, plus a range of Microsoft solutions, unique templates, APIs and industry standards. Companies in the financial industry will realize ▲ differentiated customer experience ▲ increased productivity and collaboration efficiency ▲ easy risk management ▲ modernized core systems.

Microsoft Financial Cloud is currently being partially used by ABN AMRO and insurance company Manulife, and is expected to be released as a public preview in March.

The Microsoft Cloud for Manufacturing supports key manufacturing processes and industry requirements, where the use of data-driven automation, Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning, and artificial intelligence (AI) has become a necessity. It is an end-to-end manufacturing solution that integrates new and existing functions across the Microsoft portfolio, and is linked from workforce to assets, workflows, and business processes.

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Nonprofit organizations that are working to solve the urgent challenges of society often use multiple systems and suffer from data distribution problems. Microsoft Cloud for Nonprofit provides a more connected and smarter platform, helping volunteer organizations and volunteers to focus more on their mission.

The cloud specialized in nonprofit organizations provides services in connection with the most common scenarios in the industry, such as solidarity, program planning and execution, volunteer management, and fundraising activities. ‘Right to Play’, a humanitarian civic group that supports underprivileged children around the world with sports and play programs, has expanded its monthly donors from 100 to more than 3,000 using the non-profit cloud. It supports more than 2 million children around the world. Cloud, a non-profit organization, will be launched in a public preview in June.

The Microsoft Cloud for Retail provides a more relevant, personalized experience by integrating various data sources across the value chain and optimizes operations to deliver continuous profitability. Through the cloud, distribution companies can build a more systematic and efficient foundation for innovation, such as ▲ building customer recommendations and notification functions ▲ expanding fulfillment options ▲ simplifying payment processing ▲ comprehensive fraud prevention benefits. It is scheduled to switch to a public preview in March.

The Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare is scheduled to be updated in large numbers in April. Remote healthcare functions such as virtual monitoring and care coordination, and patient self-service functions will be updated, and 8 new language support functions including Korean will be added.

Microsoft offers services from edge to cloud, including over 90 certifications and over 35 industry-specific compliance. Instead of applying for certifications related to security and compliance, Microsoft’s partners can invest in opportunities and focus on expanding their business.

Alysa Taylor, vice president of Microsoft’s business applications division, said, “This industry-specific cloud is a solution designed to help customers quickly adapt to the ever-changing new realities. This solution, which includes features and functionality, will enable companies to speed up solving business challenges in their respective industries.”

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