By Olayinka Ajayi

Vodacom Business Nigeria has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Microsoft to   improve operational efficiency among its customers using the Microsoft Azure Cloud platform services.

From left: Commercial Director, Vodacom Business Nigeria, Solomon Ogufere; Head, Strategic Partnerships, Microsoft 4Afrika, Soromfe Uzomah; Sales Director, Descasio Limited, Nehita Fashe; Managing Director, Vodacom Business Nigeria, Wale Odeyemi at the recently concluded Breakfast meeting held to launch the partnership between Vodacom and Microsoft on the Azure Cloud Platform.

Speaking during a meeting, the Managing Director for Vodacom Business Nigeria, Wale Odeyemi, said: “Our vision is to be a leading digital company that pursues a collaborative approach and leverage the combination of core competencies of its partners to increase customer value in addressing our customers’ needs.”

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Responding, Head Strategic Partnerships Microsoft 4Afrika, Soromfe Uzomah, said: “Microsoft aim is to empower businesses, across different verticals, with the tools they need to succeed in a technology driven world and the platforms they require to create breakthrough innovations and accelerate Africa’s digital transformation.  We are pleased to be a part of this initiative working in collaboration with Descasio to provide Cloud services to Vodacom customers.”

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