The IT service company that already enjoys over three decades of alliance with Microsoft looks to enhance its high-quality product delivery and service base with this latest ‘Microsoft Cloud for Retail’ collaboration.
According to Sonata Software, the company has delivered high-quality solutions for retailers worldwide over the years, “based on a deep understanding of retail markets and retailers’ needs, using world-class IPs, in-house migration and modernization tools, strong engineering services, all underpinned by Platformation™, its unique digital transformation framework,” the company said.
Sonata Connected Retail delivers personalized, intelligent, and adaptive solutions that allow retailers to unlock the potential latent in their businesses and deal with shifting market landscapes.
“Sonata Connected Retail stands for best-in-class omnichannel experiences for retail customers, helping them create personalized shopping experiences for their customers, across physical and digital worlds. The partnership with Microsoft Cloud for Retail will further enhance our capabilities, with its emphasis on leveraging data, elevating the shopping experience, building real-time, sustainable supply chains, and empowering store associates,” Rajsekhar Datta Roy, Head, BizApps and Industry Platforms, Sonata Software said.
Robbee Minicola, Senior Director, Partner Strategy, WW Retail & Consumer Goods Industries at Microsoft, added, “Sonata and Microsoft have had a longstanding relationship, and together, we will deliver solutions that allow retailers to build resilience and grow now and into the future.”
Customers can find the Sonata Connected Retail solution through Mocrosoft0AppSource. Sonata Software is a Microsoft Gold Partner, recognized for its expertise in delivering the highest quality of service on the Microsoft stack. Sonata is also a member of the Microsoft Inner Circle for Business Applications and Microsoft named us their Partner of the Year for Biz Apps in the India region in 2021. Sonata also holds a range of advanced specializations from Microsoft.