Multinational technology corporation Microsoft has introduced a platform designed to service supply chains, which it claims will use technology like artificial intelligence (AI) and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications to help organisations maximise investments.
The technology conglomerate describes its platform as offering a collaborative space for data and supply chain orchestration.
This project builds on the existing work Microsoft has done on the development of supply chain solutions for companies like car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz.
“We are making it easier for customers to leverage the full Microsoft Cloud to enhance their supply chain” said Charles Lamanna, corporate vice president of business applications and platform at Microsoft.
“The Microsoft Supply Chain Platform provides building blocks across Microsoft Azure, Dynamics 365, Microsoft Teams, and the Power Platform for customers to adopt capabilities that address their specific supply chain needs.”
The platform will also make use of Microsoft Dataverse, a data management system designed to improve …