Software major Microsoft India today revealed the name of its enterprise clients for Cloud.
Enterprises in healthcare, BFSI and e-commerce segments are making investment in Microsoft Cloud for digital transformation.
Microsoft launched cloud from local data centers in September 2015.
Technology start-ups and technology solution providers are using the Microsoft cloud to roll out innovative solutions that empower employees, engage customers, optimize business processes and transform business models.
State Governments are experimenting with the cloud to solve challenges in education, healthcare and agriculture.
The technology giant said 52 of the top 100 Indian companies listed on the BSE today use the Microsoft cloud.
Microsoft recently expanded its cloud access for local customers by enabling Web Direct and Cloud Solution Provider channels making it easy for developers and start-ups to use the local cloud.
Enterprises such as Fortis Healthcare, Apollo Hospitals, L V Prasad Eye Institute, Narayana Health and Max Healthcare are using Microsoft Azure, Machine Learning, Data Analytics, CRM online and Office 365 to enhance their efficiency and improve patient care.
Leading private sector banks, Bank of Baroda, HDFC, ICICI Lombard, IDFC, Kotak Mahindra Bank and Axis Bank are using local Microsoft cloud.
Microsoft said 22 of India’s leading insurance companies are using Office 365 and Azure from the local datacenter.
In addition, several start-ups have developed innovative solutions for the insurance industry on Microsoft Azure.
Zing HR, Altizon, Cloudcherry, Resulticks, Ameyo and Shephertz run their technology solutions for their customers on Microsoft cloud.
iBot is working with Luminous Power Technologies to launch next generation Connected Inverter. It runs on the Azure platform.
More than 4,600 start ups in India are utilizing Microsoft’s cloud infrastructure and services.
E-commerce majors PayTm, JustDial and Snapdeal are using machine learning, Bing, Skype and Microsoft’s digital assistant, Cortana, to drive business and enhance customer experience.
Andhra Pradesh government uses Azure Machine learning to predict which students will struggle/drop out of school across its 10,000 schools. Officials have created more than 600,000 predictions using Azure Machine Learning, revolutionizing how Indian local governments increase student retention.
The Tamil Nadu election commission used Microsoft cloud to power the last Tamil Nadu state election. They used Microsoft Azure to enhance the electoral experience for citizens. They did it with interactive electoral information boards and live streaming of polling process from 30,000 booths on their website. Six crore voters in the state interacted with the commission via the Microsoft Cloud.