InfotechLead.com, a prominent IT news website targeting IT decisions makers and CIOs at enterprises, government, SMBs and start-ups, today announced InfotechLead Award 2017.
Microsoft, a technology company based in the U.S., was selected as InfotechLead Award 2017 Cloud Infrastructure Company.
Microsoft is growing its business thanks to its ability to bring out innovative software products and solutions for enterprises in order to improve productivity.
Microsoft Cloud is powering 70 of the top 100 Bombay Stock Exchange listed companies for their digital transformation in India. Microsoft has three of its 42 global datacenters regions located in India at Mumbai, Pune and Chennai.
Microsoft was the first global public cloud provider to offer local cloud services in India. 10 of the 12 largest banks in India including State Bank of India, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Kotak Bank, Yes Bank, Axis Bank, Bank of Baroda, IndusInd Bank and others use Microsoft Cloud solutions.
Top five Indian IT/ITeS companies are using Microsoft Cloud solutions and technologies like Artificial Intelligence, IoT, Cognitive Solutions, Big Data & Analytics, BI and other services on Azure. Auto manufacturing companies such as Tata Motors, Hero MotoCorp and others are also on the Microsoft Cloud platform.
Winners of InfotechLead Award 2017 were selected after individual consultation with the following jury members, who assembled at a major IT event in India end of last year.
# V Ananthanarayan, CIO of Sundaram Finance
# Rupinder Goel, CIO of Tata Communications
# Sanjeev Kumar, head of tech and security at Diageo
# Shijo Joseph, CIO of East West Seed
# GT Venkateshar Rao, IT department at Telengana Government
# Narendra Babu, DGM – IT at Ashok Leyland
Kizhakedath Media Services Pvt. Ltd., the publishers of InfotechLead.com, had received hundreds of nominations during the selection process.
“The jury members evaluated the winners based on the company’s contribution to the IT department, business outcome, their growth and the growth of their enterprise and individual clients,” Baburajan Kizhakedath, editor of InfotechLead.com, said.