Bukalapak chooses Azure for e-commerce transformation

Bukalapak chooses Azure for e-commerce transformation

Indonesian firm partners with Microsoft to support over 12 million business customers

Elly Yates-Roberts |

Indonesian e-commerce business Bukalapak is adopting Microsoft Azure to support the services it provides to over 12 million businesses and 100 million customers. 

“This partnership signals a deep collaboration with Microsoft on an array of technology projects that will transform the technology-driven commerce solutions and operations in Indonesia,” said Rachmat Kaimuddin, CEO of Bukalapak. “As a global technology leader, Microsoft’s confidence with Bukalapak highlights our position as the leading homegrown technology player in Indonesia and our continued objective to create a positive impact on our country and customers.”

The companies will collaborate to build a resilient infrastructure on Microsoft Azure and provide digital skills training for Bukalapak employees and their partners. 

“We are excited to empower Bukalapak with a trusted cloud, that allows them to scale their customer experience on Microsoft Azure,” said Haris Izmee, president director of Microsoft Indonesia. “Through this partnership, merchants and consumers will have a more efficient and reliable buying and selling experiences, which in turn, creates business resilience and helps accelerate growth in the Indonesian digital economy.”


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