Microsoft and UniCredit strengthen their collaboration. The two companies have, in fact, relaunched Together4Digital, an initiative aimed at offering companies the financial resources as well as the skills and digital tools to record sustainable economic growth in the near future. The initiative launched by Microsoft and UniCredit aims to reach a large number of Italian small and medium-sized enterprises. Here are all the details on the new project:
Microsoft and UniCredit join forces with Together4Digital
The new Together4Digital initiative by Microsoft Italia and UniCredit aims to offer financial and technological resources to companies. In particular, the initiative aims to support at least 100,000 small and medium-sized enterprises throughout the national territory. The project involves, in a transversal way, all the main production and product sectors.
To find out the details of the project launched by the two realities, leaders in their respective sectors, you can consult the official site. With Together4Digital, companies will have access to:
- financial support for digital investment by UniCredit
- ability to access educational content offered by the UniCredit Banking Academy
- a free solution assessment provided by Microsoft specialists
- specialist consulting services, technology and digital solutions offered by Microsoft
The comment of the protagonists
Silvia Candiani, CEO of Microsoft Italy, comments on the objective of the initiative launched with UniCredit: “we will provide small and medium-sized organizations with fast and simple services and solutions to assess their degree of ‘digitization’, to access ad hoc digital transformation paths with dedicated financing process and training of personnel targeted on innovation issues. By combining our areas of expertise, we will be able to help over 100,000 companies in the area to think about their future with digital “.
Niccolò Ubertalli, Responsible UniCredit Italyadds: “The collaboration between UniCredit and Microsoft aims to further intensify our commitment by trying to promote both the modernization of production and distribution processes, and the consolidation of digital skills, through an initial assessment by Microsoft and a subsequent intervention by UniCredit, to support innovative business investments “.