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Microsoft India Development Center is one of Microsoft’s largest R&D centers outside the Redmond headquarters. Set up in Hyderabad in 1998, we represent Microsoft’s strategy of globally shared development to build products and services.

Some of India’s most talented people work at our locations in Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad and Pune, within any of Microsoft’s four technology groups – Microsoft’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Research Group, The Cloud and Enterprise Group, The Windows and Devices Group and Office Products Group.

At Service Offerings (SO), we are responsible for developing mission-critical business applications and systems for the company’s internal customers, while balancing security and trust. Leading with digital transformation and focusing on end-to-end service delivery. Advocating as Microsoft’s first and best enterprise customer, and helping enhance overall customer experience with Microsoft’s products and services.

Irrespective of geography or team, every employee is committed to realizing Microsoft’s mission of empowering every person and organization on the planet to achieve more. Specifically, in India, we are contributing to building technology to empower emerging markets.

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In the News

Chatbots are smarter, more communicative and can improve customer service

Tech2 – Firstpost, April 10, 2017.

Effective communication today has become a core necessity in the business-customer interaction space. With engagement as a prime focus area, technology provides multiple means of interacting with customers including chatbots. They are able to effectively utilize the classic 80-20 rule in the industry, to cut down response times and enable resources to be focused elsewhere. In addition to this, they also replace FAQ sections by incorporating them into their information database and thus becoming the singular destination for all doubts. This allows businesses to connect with their audience on platforms they prefer the most; ensuring a seamless interaction.

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DevOps is paving the future for the biggest organizations

Dataquest, April 24, 2017.

Industries today stand on the verge of transformation as events across the arena have forced reductions in budget allocation and resources. Organizations face greater struggles to maintain consistent value production despite these restrictions as mandated by the industry. DevOps comes in at this point to unite people, processes, and products to enable continuous delivery of value to our end users. The focus is solely on achieving continuous delivery to donate value to customers.

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Microsoft shows how Artificial Intelligence can be used to prevent blindness

Express Computer, March 21, 2017.

Currently, close to 285 million people are visually impaired, of which 55 million reside in India. The causes for visual impairment can be many, but some of them are preventable. Detecting eye disorders is a specialized skill and ophthalmologists often have to look at the damage caused to the blood vessels in the eye, and screen other parameters such as fluid leakage or haemorrhages. Can technology help? Microsoft certainly believes it can make a difference, and is experimenting with using Artificial Intelligence technology to identify eye disorders and diseases such as diabetic retinopathy at an early stage.

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Leveraging Cloud Artificial Intelligence (AI) to transform eyecare