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Azure Partner Roundup: Engineering apps; Digital Twins; Financial crime; DevOps

by MSCN Reporter
Staff Writer,

Stantec joins the Microsoft cloud partner program; NTT DATA uses Digital Twins for energy efficiency offering; SymphonyAI launches financial crimes detection tool; and OpsHub aims to support tool adoption for Azure DevOps.

Stantec joins the Microsoft cloud partner program

Stantec, a major Canadian construction and engineering firm announced that four of its digital products are now available in Azure Marketplace. Financial Analysis and Management System is a financial modeling app for municipalities and utilities, Flood Manager is a tool to plan for flooding risk, Flood Predictor assesses when a flood may happen, and Connect Platform uses pre-built Azure components to create on-demand engineering technology capabilities.

“With Microsoft, we are now amplifying global access to cloud-based tools that change the way our clients and communities plan, estimate, budget, and mitigate risk. This is just the beginning of our relationship with Microsoft, to get Stantec’s digital tools in the hands of those who need it,” stated Eric Monteith, Stantec director of innovation.

NTT DATA uses Digital Twins for energy efficiency offering

NTT DATA announced a new digital sustainability solution using Azure Digital Twins, co-developed with e-Magic. The offering integrates data from sensors, ERP, and devices to give customers a more holistic view of efficiency and carbon emissions. The offering is intended to reduce data siloing and overcome the process of manually processing spreadsheets. Digital twins technology will be used to assess operational equipment based on historical datasets.

“This solution delivers value to clients in the short term with the ability to integrate large, connected ecosystems. The collaboration between e-Magic, NTT DATA and Microsoft allows us to create long-term sustainability roadmaps to take our clients to carbon net-zero emissions while also reducing costs, creating new products and services, and improving operational efficiency, employee experience, and the overall brand. We see this as giving them a competitive advantage,” stated anvir Khan, Chief Digital Officer, NTT DATA Services.

SymphonyAI launches financial crimes detection tool

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