Experian Announces A Partnership With Microsoft

Experian collaborates with Microsoft to help global companies thrive in a data-driven world

Experian collaborates with Microsoft to help global companies thrive in a data-driven world

Experian today announced a new partnership with Microsoft, which will help global organizations use their data to make more informed decisions and help Customers bring better results.

This collaboration will provide support to more organizations that want to improve the quality of data so that they can use data more effectively and turn data into actionable insights.

Organizations can now quickly, efficiently and easily obtain a variety of data solutions from Experian through Microsoft’s AppSource and Azure Marketplace (online application store that provides a customized catalog of certified cloud business solutions).

The outbreak of the new crown epidemic and the continuous acceleration of digital transformation projects have further highlighted the importance of cloud hosting solutions and facilitated the cooperation between the two parties.

Global enterprise users can obtain Experian’s Aperture Data Studio and the company’s real-time address, email and phone verification APIs through the Microsoft Azure and Microsoft AppSource markets.

Aperture Data Studio has been launched on the Azure Marketplace, allowing new and existing customers of Microsoft Azure to use the product in BYOL (Bring Your Own License) mode. At the same time, Experian’s real-time authentication API can also be seamlessly integrated into Microsoft’s business application suite to help customers strengthen the management of customer contact information entering their organization.

Financial service providers in the UK will also be able to use the latest innovations in open data to assist clients in successfully managing their own funds. This can be provided through Microsoft Azure.

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Experian’s open data platform supports more than 180 million API requests every month and is currently used by more than 200 organizations. The company’s technology can be used by credit card and auto finance providers, rental real estate agencies, mortgage lenders, and gaming companies to strengthen the assessment of whether its customers can afford the services it launches.

Andrew Abraham, Managing Director of Experian’s Global Data Quality Division, said: “Having accurate, complete, effective and well-managed data is essential for companies to bring better results to customers. The release of Experian’s product suite is Companies provide opportunities to obtain solutions that can truly help them achieve their goals and unlock the many opportunities that data brings.”

Jake Zaborowski, General Manager of Microsoft Azure Platform, Microsoft said: “We warmly welcome Experian to join the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. The cooperation between the two parties can provide our partners with an excellent opportunity to reach global cloud customers. Azure Marketplace provides trusted sources from all over the world. Partners’ world-class quality experience, and their tested solutions can seamlessly work with Azure.”

The Azure market is a necessary platform for Microsoft’s global customers to discover, evaluate, and request more information about certification solutions. After Experian products are launched on these platforms, it can ensure that the company’s data solutions seamlessly integrate into the Microsoft business application ecosystem and further consolidate its status as a Microsoft gold partner.

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