Now customers can run Enterprise Business Assurance software on Microsoft Azure
WeDo Technologies, a worldwide leader in Enterprise Business Assurance (EBA), Revenue Assurance (RA) and Fraud Management (FM) signed a global partnership agreement with Microsoft to deliver WeDo Technologies’ RAID software on Microsoft’s public cloud platform, Microsoft Azure. With Microsoft and WeDo, large organizations and the public sector will be able to monitor performance, automate how they audit, control business processes and combat social fraud without the need to manage hardware and other components.
WeDo Technologies’ RAID software, running in Azure, will let customers’ management teams continuously review business process performance, measure and detect deviations from projected levels, and allow for a rapid transformational response. By gathering processes, systems data and running performance auditing rules, an EBA strategy will enable better alignment, successful strategy execution and improvement in the overall performance and delivery of both short and long term financial returns.
The partnership is aimed primarily at large organizations within the Retail, Energy, Banking, Insurance, Healthcare industries and the Public sector.
“WeDo RAID on Microsoft Azure gives our customers the ability to deploy a flexible and robust Enterprise Business Assurance software solution without the need to manage hardware or other infrastructure elements. Together we will continue to close the gap between strategy and execution: with automation, control and flexibility,” said Joice Fernandes, Vice President, Indirect Channels at WeDo Technologies.
“With 19 regions around the world, Microsoft Azure provides organizations that want to implement an Enterprise Business Assurance strategy with the ease of cloud-based deployment,” continued Fernandes.
“Our partnership with WeDo Technologies provides C-Level executives seeking an Enterprise Business Assurance Strategy with a hyper-scale, enterprise grade and hybrid cloud that supports the needs of their business.” said Takeshi Numoto, Corporate Vice President, Cloud + Enterprise, Microsoft Corp.