From left, Microsoft's Vanessa Sorenson and Lakeba's Giuseppe Porcelli
Venture catalyst firm Lakeba has partnered with Microsoft to improve the scalability and security of its technology-led businesses. It will also use the Microsoft Azure cloud to expand its DoxAI marketplace, helping financial services organisations access disruptive technologies.
Lakeba’s businesses have developed digital solutions in financial services, real estate, retail, fast-moving consumer goods and other sectors. The enhanced collaboration with Microsoft will enable it to get more from the robust, resilient and secure Azure cloud infrastructure, particularly for its businesses that handle sensitive information.
The firm will also use Azure to expand its global marketplace DoxAI, which is designed to help financial services organisations access solutions to increase efficiency, accelerate digital transformation and scale operations.
“The vision of this unique partnership is to support the growth of high-tech business,” said Giuseppe Porcelli, CEO and founder of Lakeba. “It will strengthen our ability to build sophisticated digital services and products for financial services through DoxAI. It will also provide a safe and secure environment for DoxAI to drive more lucrative venture building in the future.”
According to Microsoft, the new collaboration will enable Lakeba to provide more comprehensive and customisable solutions through DoxAI for customers that want tailored, end-to-end workflows.
“We are very excited to be strengthening our relationship with Lakeba so it can continue to develop products that deliver great experiences and real value to users,” said Vanessa Sorenson, chief partner officer of the partner solutions group at Microsoft Australia and New Zealand.
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