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​Microsoft NZ boosts cloud clout with 10 new specialist roles

​Microsoft NZ boosts cloud clout with 10 new specialist roles

Microsoft New Zealand is hiring for ten new roles across its cloud team to meet the increased demand for its Azure and Dynamics CRM services.

Microsoft New Zealand is hiring for ten new roles across its cloud team to meet the increased demand for its Azure and Dynamics CRM services.

According to the Kiwi division of the tech giant, increased customer demand for Microsoft’s cloud at local has exceeded all forecasts in recent years, prompting a recruitment drive.

“Kiwi companies are rapidly embracing the cloud,” says Frazer Scott, Marketing & Operations Director, Microsoft.

“Whether to better engage with their customers, improve business efficiency or expand their businesses globally.

“We have transformed our business globally to meet this demand that locally has driven triple digit growth across our cloud businesses year after year.”

Scott also highlights Microsoft’s recent positioning as the only vendor to be a leader in all four of Gartner’s Magic Quadrants for Cloud: Cloud Infrastructure as a Service, Server Virtualisation, Enterprise Application Platform as a Service and Public Cloud Storage Services.

“We are investing in ten new critical roles for our cloud team, including cloud and data solution architects and data platform specialist roles for Azure, and a Technology Solution Professionals role responsible for Dynamics CRM,” Scott adds.


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