Modis recognised at international Microsoft awards


Tuesday, 11 June, 2019


Modis recognised at international Microsoft awards

Modis has won Microsoft’s Australian Partner of the Year and Data Analytics Partner of the Year awards for 2019.

The Partner of the Year awards — which were announced on Thursday — recognised over 200 companies that have developed and delivered standout Microsoft-based solutions over the past year.

Modis’s Managing Director, Rafael Moyano, said the awards were a testament to the company’s “innovative data and analytics capabilities” and “proficiency in solving complex business problems”.

Modis was also named a finalist in the AI and Machine Learning category for its Söze platform, which was developed in collaboration with Microsoft and the Western Australian Police.

The platform uses Microsoft Azure and cognitive services to analyse data, translate languages and recognise faces in text, audio and visual datasets.

Awards were given across 41 categories, with winners and finalists being selected from more than 2900 nominations in 115 countries.

“It’s an honour to recognise finalists and winners of the Microsoft 2019 Partner of the Year Awards,” said Gavriella Schuster, Corporate Vice President, One Commercial Partner, Microsoft.

“These companies are successfully leading their industries, building intelligent solutions, addressing complex business challenges and making more possible for customers around the world. I’m honoured to congratulate each winner and finalist.”

Award winners and finalists will be recognised at Microsoft Inspire in July.

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