Your new business normal
The new normal has changed the way we work and collaborate. Together with Microsoft, it’s time to find your new business normal
Upskilling your employees to thrive in an ever-changing business world with Microsoft Learn free online training platform.
As hybrid work becomes commonplace, security becomes paramount. Protect your people and data against cyberthreats by implementing a Zero Trust model with the latest Microsoft security solutions.
Remote work can sometimes make us feel like we are toiling in isolation. That’s why it is more important than ever to connect and collaborate. Working together closes the physical distance, allowing us to support each other towards common goals.
In a new business landscape where nothing is certain, business agility is the one thing you can rely on. Start building adaptability into your organization, so you can pivot and scale when necessary.
Work gets easier when everything and everyone comes together. With a consolidated platform, you can streamline your data and operations with how your people work while increasing customer satisfaction, employee happiness, and growth.
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Brewing up change under COVID-19: Transforming how tea is bought and sold in Sri Lanka
A cloud-based auction system keeps buyers and sellers socially distanced, safeguards a 150-year-old industry, and protects the livelihoods of almost two million people
Microsoft partners with Sri Lanka’s first Education Institute dedicated to the field of applied AI, AI Academy
With the need for one-stop connectivity and collaborative technology becoming increasingly mainstream, Microsoft today announced a strategic partnership with AI Academy to empower students and business professionals to digitalize, innovate and transform in the domain of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Sri Lankan insurance company sets up a modern workplace for growth
AIA prioritizes digitalization to enable seamless engagement and operational efficiency. Microsoft solutions such as Teams help us connect with colleagues across Asia and collaborate without disruption
Capital Alliance Limited (CAL) is a technology-first investment bank based in Sri Lanka
Capital Alliance Limited (CAL) is a technology-first investment bank based in Sri Lanka. With operations supported by a range of Microsoft solutions, customers at CAL benefit from reliable, trusted service, while employees enjoy a highly collaborative, connected workplace.
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Boost productivity with apps like Word, Excel, PowerPoint that are enhanced with AI tools. Online collaboration is made even easier with 1TB of OneDrive cloud storage for file sharing and meetings, while security updates help protect against threats and leaks.
Surface for Business
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Help your employees get as much done on the road as in the office with Surface, making it easier for them to collaborate with co-workers and clients, and to get more done in a day. Discover the best of Microsoft and make the switch to Surface today.
Optimise your HR process
With modern user experience, social performance tracking, real-time insights, and accessibility through web and mobile, Microimage’s HCM Cloud optimizes your overall HR process.
Organize your work files effectively
Declutter your workspace with Enadoc’s cloud-based document managing system that lets you search efficiently with Tag Cloud, capture documents directly from the scanner, store files safely and more.
Manage your warehouse better
Using automated purchase and sales processes, real-time visibility of inventory, accounting integration and 24/7 support on message, Pristine’s Warehouse Management Solution ensures your supply always meets demand.
Resources for business leaders in a changing world
Thriving in the ‘anywhere office’
Learn about the ‘anywhere office’ and its potential to close gaps in security and productivity while creating a more human workplace.
Cloud Lessons Learned
Follow four businesses as they realize the benefits of a smooth migration and embrace the power of the hybrid cloud.
Security is critical regardless of your company size. Discover six simple tips that help small and medium-sized companies thrive.
Guide to Cloud ERP
Be ready for what’s next. Streamline your business processes, finance, and operations with an adaptive all-in-one management solution.
Be inspired by the industry best practices and embrace the modernization to unlock greater potential for your business
Partnership is crucial in helping Asia Pacific’s SMBs navigate COVID-19 - By Ahmed Mazhari, President, Microsoft Asia
The growth and development of SMBs in Asia-Pacific over the decades have been key to the region’s economic success. According to Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, more than 90 percent of all Asia-Pacific businesses are SMBs, and they account for more than half of all our workers. This means that the region’s job security is highly dependent on SMBs and its relevance is even higher with 60 percent of the world’s population in Asia.
SMBs should help employees gear up for success
SMBs are the growth engine of Asia, making up majority of the region’s enterprises and employing over half of the workforce. As the overall business environment becomes more competitive, and as companies strive to attract the best and brightest talent, SMBs must be at their nimblest and most innovative.
Flowchart – Which Windows 10 device should I choose for my SMB?
Small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) around Asia see some of the most diligent and dedicated employees pass through their doors daily. Empowered by modern technology, many successful SMBs are giving their larger multinational competitors a run for their money.
Microsoft Teams at three: Keeping millions connected when we need it most - By Ahmed Mazhari, President, Microsoft Asia
When we launched Teams in 2017, it was because we envisaged helping people and businesses throughout the world realize their full potential. We thought about collaboration and productivity, and global reach. But these past few weeks have shown us something else – all the other things Teams can be used for.