Microsoft to Present Digital Solutions at Wetex

Microsoft to Present Digital Solutions at Wetex

Microsoft is about to display a collection of improvements at the 19th Water, Energy, Technology, and Environment Exhibition (Wetex). Microsoft to Present Digital Solutions at Wetex

Watex, is organized by Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa). It will run till October 25. The event is held under the support of Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum who is Deputy Ruler of Dubai and also a Minister of Finance and president of Dewa. Wetex is basically one of the world’s largest exhibitions of its kind. It has more than 24,000 visitors, and 1,900 exhibitors from 47 countries. It is helping as a global platform for industry players from from different fields of work as well as share ideas and best practices.

Microsoft to Present Digital Solutions at Wetex

Microsoft joined the Wetex as a strategic partner to initiate transformation through technology. It will be a ability for industry organizations to better engage customers, empower employees, optimize operations and transform their services.

Ibrahim Youssry, director of public sector, Microsoft Gulf said:

Dubai has always been at the forefront of development and sustainability by adopting cutting edge technologies and transform the emirate into a global hub for clean energy and green economy. We take pride in beingg chosen by Dewa as the strategic Digital Transformation partner at this year’s Wetex, as we bring forth disruptive technologies for industry organizations to leverage Microsoft’s productivity platform and innovations to achieve more.

He further added:

Microsoft has a long-standing partnership with DEWA over the years. The Microsoft HoloLens adopted by Dewa as an end-to-end solution for its energy plants, and the ‘Rammas’ Service built on Microsoft’s Bot Framework with AI capabilities – are part of a remarkable digital transformation journey that Dewa has embarked on, and we takee pride in supporting them.

Microsoft also presented its unique ‘Connected Field Service’ solution. Company experts showed how employees can influence Microsoft’s connected devices and machine learning capabilities to transform field service operations.

Youssry explained:

The Connected Field Service solution enables organizations to capture and analyze data from connected devices. Using the Azure IoT Suite, workers can receive real-time alerts from devices—including places that were previously difficult to monitor. This solution gives a broader picture of operations to optimize resources, improve scheduling through field service and field management software, making the most of employee productivity and resolving issues faster.

Watex, Organized by Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa).

Microsoft also introduced Wetex visitors to the power of StaffHub,a  new app that is built for teamwork and the modern workplace. Microsoft’s 55” Surface Hub made a star appearance at this year’s Wetex.

Youssry said:

A Forrester Study finds a potential 3-year risk-adjusted ROI of 138% for businesses deploying Microsoft Surface Hub. Surface Hub reimagines the meeting experience. Working in concert with Windows 10 and Office 365, it unlocks the power of the group with its expansive multi-touch screen and responsive inking – driving productivity and advancing the way people work together.”

Microsoft’s Chief Technology Officer for the Gulf region, participated in a panel discussion titled ‘Digital transformation. Ibrahim Youssry and Ramez Dandan, also participated in a round table discussion.

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