Alithya Announces Availability of Offerings in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace
Toronto, July 16, 2018 — The Alithya Group (“Alithya“), a leading strategy and digital technology Canadian consulting firm, announced today during the Microsoft Inspire conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, the availability of its consulting assessment offerings in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. All three of Alithya’s offerings – Machine Learning Suitability, Big Data Architecture, and Prime Brokerage Reporting – aim to help customers determine readiness and provide a roadmap for next steps towards a new or existing Azure implementation.
“We are excited to have our packaged service offerings available through the Azure Marketplace,” remarked Nigel Fonseca, Senior VP, Ontario and Western Canada at Alithya. “As more and more businesses harness the cloud to enable rapid deployment, strengthen security and drive growth, we have seen firsthand that Azure has the power to help businesses turn their data into the greatest possible insights.”
Alithya is among the first to have Microsoft Certified offerings available in the Canadian Azure Marketplace, which was launched this week in alignment with Microsoft’s Partner Conference. Each of Alithya’s assessments provides clients with a report to better understand of their current situation, and identifies a roadmap to achieve a strategy for success. Alithya is currently engaged with its enterprise customers in establishing their Azure environment and moving their applications to Azure.
Alithya is a Microsoft certified partner and holds the Microsoft Gold Certification for Data Analytics and Application Development, along with the Silver certification for Project and Portfolio Management.
The following offerings are now available from Alithya in the Azure Marketplace: Machine Learning Suitability Assessment, Big Data Architecture Assessment, and Prime Brokerage for Financial assessment. To learn more, visit: https://azuremarketplace.microsoft.com.
About Alithya Group
Alithya Group Inc. is one of the most prominent private strategy and digital technology consulting firms in Canada. Founded in 1992, the firm advises, guides and assists its clients in their pursuit of innovation and excellence. Alithya prioritizes the achievement of business objectives on every project through the optimal use of digital technologies. Its clients mainly operate in the financial services, telecommunications, energy, transportation, health care and government services sectors. With more than 1,600 professionals across Canada, the United States and France, Alithya is an advocate for workforce diversity. As such, the firm is a member of the 30% Club, which encourages the participation of women in management roles, and is implementing immigrant-friendly recruiting initiatives. To learn more, go to www.alithya.com.
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