Microsoft announce the release of Microsoft Azure Machine Learning at World Partner Conference

Microsoft announced the release of Microsoft Azure Machine

Simpson Associates have just returned from attending the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference held in Washington. At the conference Microsoft announced the release of Microsoft Azure Machine Learning. This platform allows users to build new predictive analytic applications or integrate the technology into existing applications allowing it to predict the future based on historical data. The launch of Machine Learning will allow Simpson Associates to further assist our clients as they use their business data in new and innovative ways.

Machine Learning is a cloud based solution meaning that there is no upfront software costs and you only pay for what you use. We believe that this will offer significant cost savings for our clients. The machine learning platform allows you to capitalise on your investment in the Microsoft BI technologies such as Power BI and HD Insight or will work alongside your existing investment in other business intelligence toolsets.

There are near limitless opportunities for Machine Learning to make significant differences in your business, use the technology to; understand students at risk of not completing their courses, identify production machinery that is likely to fail, understand the shopping habits of your customers and target your marketing appropriately, identify fraudulent transactions. To understand more about the possibilities of Machine Learning and the ability to deploy a cloud based solution contact Giles Horwood on 01904 234519.

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