Microsoft Cloud for Retail aims to connect experiences across the end-to-end shopper journey with integrated and intelligent capabilities. It brings together disparate data sources across the retail value chain.
Bransten talked about the details of the new services, saying,
“This retail-specific cloud service will center around driving accelerated time to value by unlocking the power of Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Power Platform, Microsoft 365, Microsoft Dynamics 365, and Microsoft Advertising. All brought together by a common data model and built on a platform of security and compliance. Our rich partner ecosystem will extend the value of the platform with retail-specific solutions to address the industry’s most urgent challenges, and future-proofing retail organizations to proactively be ready for what’s next.”
Microsoft Cloud for Retail was designed to give people added flexibility. This will in turn allow them to adopt the capabilities they need to address their most pressing business needs.
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