Microsoft signs Coca-Cola five-year big single cloud computing for post-epidemic era

Microsoft signs Coca-Cola five-year big single cloud computing for post-epidemic era
On April 28th, Beijing time, Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) disclosed to sign another five-year cloud computing contract. The client is Coca-Cola Company (NYSE: KO).The solution will include Microsoft’s Azure, Microsoft 365 and Dynamics 365 and other products, but Microsoft can redisplay specific financial data.After the deployment of this packaged solution is completed, Coca-Cola will use Dynamics based on artificial intelligence to help call center managers monitor the performance indicators acceptable to the overall staff.Moreover, these deployments are reasonable and feasible, and Coca-Cola has gained more innovation and expanded functions, enabling employees to actively promote decision-making and actions.Coca-Cola is included in the deployment of Microsoft 365 and teams worldwide.Because of the epidemic of the New Crown epidemic, Coca-Cola is using Microsoft’s writing technology to support the growing demand for remote offices.These technologies can be used by Coca-Cola to host internal meetings for global teams.On the same day, Judson Althoff, Microsoft’s executive vice president of global business operations, reviewed the past quarter through an official blog. Customers used their technology to promote industry innovation and respond to new plans for the new crown epidemic for future maintenance.He said that when studying the impact of the epidemic, he saw that technology can be more flexible while maintaining business continuity through customers. At the same time, he also found that customers adapt and expand their scale to ensure key products and services.ready.Microsoft’s official website shows that on April 29, it will disclose the third fiscal quarter results report for fiscal year 2020.In the last fiscal quarter, Microsoft ‘s stock growth was driven by stable earnings, partly because its performance expectations were better than analysts ‘estimates.However, the impact of the new crown epidemic on the economic landscape, because Microsoft warned on February 26 that due to supply chain disruption may not reach the expected high.However, from the beginning to the present, Microsoft has continued to grow slightly, while the S & P 500 index has fallen by 11%.In the eyes of analysts, both the online requirements for work and entertainment are accelerated by the new crown epidemic, and cloud computing companies will benefit from this.Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella also told the company’s future that every customer needs a distributed computing structure across the cloud and edge to support their critical workloads.At the Microsoft conference call last fiscal quarter, CFO Amy Hood’s expectation for smart cloud revenue was 118.500 million to 120.500 million US dollars.According to the company’s market value, Microsoft is still the largest player in this field.But in addition to competitors in the cloud computing industry like Amazon AWS, Slack and Zoom are competing directly with the team, and Dynamics 365 is also robbing customers with Salesforce.Editor Xu Chao proofreading Liu Jun