IBM Consulting is proud to announce that we have earned the AI and Machine Learning on Microsoft Azure advanced specialization.

This is a validation of a services partner’s deep knowledge, extensive experience and proven success in enabling customer adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) and implementing Azure solutions for machine-learning (ML) lifecycles and AI-powered apps.

Only partners that meet stringent criteria around customer success and staff skilling and pass a third-party audit of their AI and machine-learning technical practices can earn the AI and Machine Learning on Microsoft Azure advanced specialization.

What the AI and Machine Learning on Microsoft Azure advanced specialization means for IBM Consulting

As the speed of business accelerates, organizations of every type and size are looking for ways to streamline processes and deliver simpler, faster and smarter resources to help them keep up.

Partners with the AI and Machine Learning on Microsoft Azure advanced specialization can give you the tools and knowledge to develop AI solutions on your terms, build AI into your mission-critical applications and put responsible AI into action.

Along with the specialization on Analytics, this is the validation of our technical proficiency and the result of our delivery excellence in the entire Azure Data, Analytics and AI domain. At IBM Consulting, we are leveraging the Azure Data & AI platform to co-create sustainable AI solutions to inspire brands and help them transform industries and businesses for good. We do that through a comprehensive set of unique offerings and solutions, all natively built on Azure, which allow our customers to accelerate their transformation,” said Francesco Brenna, Senior Partner and Global Leader Azure Data & AI for IBM Consulting.

Rodney Clark, Corporate Vice President, Global Partner Solutions, Channel Sales and Channel Chief at Microsoft added, “The AI and Machine Learning on Microsoft Azure advanced specialization highlights the partners who can be viewed as most capable when it comes to implementing Azure solutions for machine-learning lifecycles and AI-powered apps. IBM Consulting clearly demonstrated that they have both the skills and the experience in enabling customer adoption of AI and Machine Learning in Microsoft Azure advanced specialization.”

This advanced specialization was also driven by our IBM Services for AI at Scale offering, a “consult-to-operate” service that will consistently integrate and scale AI/ML. It brings the engineering discipline to architect, engineer, deploy and monitor the AI/ML models while also satisfying the strategic imperatives of AI to be Trustworthy, Scalable and Sustainable. Find out more on the Azure Marketplace here.

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