Daisy Group to enhance its customer offering with Microsoft Azure

Daisy Group to enhance its customer offering with Microsoft Azure
The company will combine Azure with its own servers, allowing customers to store data locally 

Elly Yates-Roberts |

UK based managed services provider Daisy Group announced that it will combine Azure with its own servers, providing a model that allows customers to locally store data in the cloud and meet their regulation requirements.

This deal will reduce Daisy Group’s own data centre footprint, and will give clients access to a wider range of services, including machine learning, big data, artificial intelligence and cognitive services.

“In putting its trust in Microsoft, Daisy Group is not only transforming the services it offers but the very culture of the organisation,” said Cindy Rose, chief executive of Microsoft UK. “This is an important step for both the business and its customers and further demonstrates how Microsoft Azure can enable any business of any size to innovate and scale to any level.”

“This is a win-win for Microsoft, Daisy and our customers,” said Neil Muller, Daisy Group chief executive. “Unlocking the true power of digital is key for all businesses. Microsoft’s Azure offering is the perfect platform upon which progressive businesses can develop, innovate and expand.”

“Digital transformation is not just about how you optimise your own operations but how you transform the services you offer and the value this creates for your customers,” said Mark Smith, Azure business lead at Microsoft UK. “By moving to Azure, Daisy Group is creating a converged solution that enables its customers to take advantage of a host of new digital services, available on demand and at scale that will enable them to fundamentally reshape their own business models.

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