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Tech giant Microsoft has partnered with Sonata Software and has launched Microsoft Cloud for Retail

Tech giant Microsoft has partnered with Sonata Software and has launched Microsoft Cloud for Retail

Microsoft has increased its stronghold in the retail segment with the latest launch

Sonata Software, popular IT services and tech solutions company based in India, has recently partnered with Microsoft to launch its Microsoft Cloud for Retail. Microsoft has increased its stronghold in the retail segment with the latest launch. For the last three decades, Sonata has been a reliable partner with Microsoft, and it looks like the same rapport will continue well into the future. The latest collaboration shows that the relationship among the companies will further strengthen. Sonata has been delivering excellent solutions for global retailers over the years and has a deep understanding of the workings of the market, the needs of the retailers, and solutions that are robust.

This is possible because Sonata has been using world-class IPs, strong engineering services, in-house- modernization, and migration tools all stacked under Platformation.  Sonata Connected Retail is well-known for delivering intelligent, personalized, and adaptive solutions that allow retailers to unlock the potential opportunities in their business and deal with the ever-changing trends in the market. Sonata’s Connected Retail is an excellent omnichannel experience for retail leaders, helping them deliver solid shopping experiences for the customers across digital and physical worlds. The latest collaboration with Microsoft would further enhance the capabilities of the retail community.

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