Bank of America chooses the Microsoft Cloud

Bank of America chooses the Microsoft Cloud

The bank aims to deliver 80% of its technology workloads on virtual platforms in the coming years

Richard Humphreys |

As part of its digital transformation efforts, Bank of America is turning to the Microsoft Cloud to deliver new business efficiencies, support digital culture change and better meet customer needs.

 “Technology is increasingly providing a competitive advantage to financial services firms looking to thrive in the digital economy,” said Judson Althoff, executive vice president, Worldwide Commercial Business, Microsoft. “Bank of America is taking a very strategic approach to cloud, looking at technology as a means to drive change and open up new business opportunities. With Microsoft Office 365 and Azure, the firm will have access to the full breadth and depth of our cloud capabilities, underscored by Microsoft’s investments in security, transparency and regulatory compliance.”

Bank of America will take advantage of the combined power of the Microsoft Cloud for business transformation. Microsoft Office 365 will provide modern, cloud-based productivity and collaboration tools to some of the bank’s 200,000 employees. The firm will also use Microsoft Azure, capitalising on the scale, economics and intelligent capabilities of the platform and services.

“We are aggressively modernising our technology infrastructure to enable current and future growth across all our lines of business,” said Howard Boville, chief technology officer at Bank of America. “Our agreement with Microsoft aligns to our target of delivering 80% of our technology workloads on virtual platforms within the next several years, further establishing Bank of America as a digital leader in financial services.”

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