Azure Partner Roundup: Strategic partnership; Automated driving; Fintech

January 7 2023

Virtusa announces new partnership with Microsoft, Cognata uses Azure to help companies evaluate sensors for automated driving, and Computer Services plans to rebuild its fintech offering on Azure.

Virtusa announces new partnership with Microsoft

Virtusa, a Massachusetts-based digital strategy and engineering company, announced a new strategic partnership with Microsoft. The partnership grows the existing relationship with the goal of supporting customers in healthcare, life sciences, and financial services. Virtusa plans to expand its Microsoft technical team and focus on app modernization and IP co-sell with Microsoft.

"Customers are at an inflection point as they're under pressure to use digital technology to reshape their revenue streams but struggle to achieve operational efficiencies due to stricter and reduced spending. Our partnership with Microsoft strongly positions us to re-architect and migrate customers' current applications to leverage the benefits of the cloud,” stated Raymond Hennings, Virtusa, EVP and head of alliances and strategic deals.

Cognata uses Azure to help companies evaluate sensors for automated driving

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