Microsoft launches two new initiatives to support Indian SMBs

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Microsoft India launched two new initiatives to support small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in their digital transformation journey.

An Overview of the News

  • These initiatives are aimed at helping Indian SMBs solve their business challenges, improve operations, drive efficiency and accelerate growth. Here are the key points of the initiative:

  • Microsoft for Small and Medium Businesses:

  • It is a dedicated website designed to bring together business owners and entrepreneurs in India to network with peers, enhance their skills and achieve holistic growth.
    • The website offers an SMB Academy, which provides digital skills training, and access to Microsoft's curated business and technology courses.

    • The website provides inspiring stories from businesses across the country, various Microsoft solutions to meet organisational needs and easy access to Microsoft's vast ecosystem of over 17,000 partners in the country.

  • Digital Transformation Helpline:

    • It is a dedicated helpline that provides support to SMBs to help them navigate their technology adoption and deployment journey.

    • The helpline provides expert guidance and assistance in leveraging technology solutions that best address their business challenges, improve operations, increase efficiency and accelerate growth.

    • SMBs can contact the helpline at 1800-102-1147.

  • Microsoft is committed to digitally transforming the SMB ecosystem in India with trusted technology, resources and an extensive partner ecosystem.

  • Microsoft is working closely with SMBs to help them thrive in today's digitally driven economy.

  • Microsoft is conducting multi-city experiential events like Techmart to help SMBs with their digital transformation journey.

About Microsoft Corporation

It is a multinational technology corporation based in Redmond, Washington, best known for developing software products such as the Windows operating system, Microsoft Office, and web browsers such as Internet Explorer and Edge.

Established - April 4, 1975

Founders - Bill Gates, Paul Allen

Headquarters -One Microsoft Way Redmond, Washington, US

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