Microsoft and Unily embark on national US tour

Unily creators, BrightStarr, today announced that it will be exclusively embarking on a national, ten city tour with Microsoft.

The invitation-only tour, titled Tech Leaders Forum, will bring thought leadership directly to Microsoft’s Fortune 1000 customers and highlight the full ecosystem of solutions that are proven to transform businesses into intelligent enterprises. The Tech Leaders Forum will include keynotes by Microsoft executives and a full day of sessions led by Microsoft subject matter experts.

In a mobile-first, cloud-first world, enterprises need to draw on the best tools and solutions to help them modernize their business operations. Attendees of the Tech Leaders Forum will learn about topics such as building the intelligent cloud platform, reinventing productivity & business processes, and creating more personal computing. The forum offers a chance to learn about the latest technology, along with the most innovative ways to use it.

BrightStarr, a Microsoft Gold Partner, will be highlighting their award winning Intranet-as-a-Service Platform, Unily, which unites the very best of the Microsoft cloud to deliver a seamless content and collaboration experience.

"The future of business technology is increasingly connected, intelligent and personalized", said David Willis, Corporate Vice President, US SMS&P at Microsoft. "With the right tools and solutions, including those developed and deployed by our valued partners, we believe every business can unlock the potential of the workforce to truly become an empowered enterprise".

"We are excited to begin this joint tour with Microsoft to highlight how BrightStarr and Microsoft together can deliver great solutions for our joint customers" said Nanette Murray, VP of Strategic Alliances for BrightStarr.

The tour will include stops in Cambridge, Cleveland, Denver, Houston, Milwaukee, Mountain View, New York, Richmond, St. Louis and Tampa.

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