Property developer. Sime Darby Property is partnering with Microsoft to modernise its systems and offer a more enhanced experience to customers.
The property developer will adopt the cloud platform, Microsoft Azure and is set to be the first property developer in Malaysia to fully migrate its existing core applications and servers to Microsoft Azure cloud.
By moving its servers and applications onto Microsoft Azure, the company aims to become a data-driven organization and enable a more secure and reliable infrastructure for rapid innovation. This move will allow for a hyper-personalised customer-centric business model and promote end-to-end operational excellence from managing procurement contracts to purchase-to-payment systems.
The migration to the cloud is further aligned with Sime Darby Property’s security frameworks and policies in support of their digital aspirations.
Commenting on the partnership, Azmir Merican, Group Managing Director of Sime Darby Property remarked, “It is crucial to remain digitally mature as we grow within a rapidly changing technological landscape, especially to bring enriching experiences for our customers who are at the heart of everything we do. Our collaboration with Microsoft is one for the long term, and we are delighted to have them as our technology advisor and partner in the betterment of our products and services.”
K Raman, Managing Director, Microsoft Malaysia said, “Since Microsoft established its presence in Malaysia over 28 years ago, our technology has helped transform the way people work, learn, play and communicate. We take heart in being trusted partners of businesses in their digital journey, equipping them with technology that is global, secure and enables them to drive efficiency internally and for their customers.”
In the runway to this partnership, Sime Darby Property undertook a comprehensive evaluation of private and public cloud providers, which resulted in Microsoft Azure being selected as the platform to fuel their transformation.