Artificial intelligence is overtaking the world. Every industry is rushing to incorporate AI powered tools into its business models, especially the global advertising industry. A collaborative agreement between Dentsu and Microsoft has been announced in yet another case. By creating consumer-ready solutions, Dentsu’s staff will be able to increase client productivity and expansion by utilizing Azure OpenAI technology.
What’s in it for Dentsu?
The agreement will also be guarantee employee access to a secure, enterprise-level development ecosystem , which is an expansion of the already-existing relationship. The partnership between Dentsu and Microsoft aims to give staff access to cutting-edge tools so they can create prototypes more rapidly and effectively. The centralized organizational structure of Azure OpenAI eases the workload on the business and product groups while fostering rapid client development.
AI Connective is diversified online network dedicated to knowledge exchange among all agency brands. Azure OpenAI technologies are accessible globally via this tool. Dentsu’s current systems and databases incorporate the artificial intelligence frameworks as a crucial part of its overall strategy. Additionally, it reduces security concerns while promoting client-centered growth. The fruits of the result have already been borne with the development of two upcoming CXM solutions- Merkle GenCX and AI-playground LATAM
Merkle GenCX uses the potential of generative AI to provide an unforgettable client experience. Regarding LATAM, it offers tailored solutions that integrate audience databases with cutting-edge technologies. Customers benefit from the tool’s increased daily effectiveness and operational dexterity.
Here’s what they said!
According to Simon Crawshaw, Worldwide Lead for Media and Entertainment, Microsoft, both Microsoft and Dentsu share the vision to work towards a responsible AI. This is followed by Azure AI and Co-Pilot’s ability to drive creativity and productivity. He stated,
We are working closely with dentsu to enable AI to drive business and technological outcomes that will fuel a symphony of ideas, orchestrate captivating narratives, elevating brands and campaigns, and provide a powerful platform for their clients.
Dominic Shine, Group Chief Information Officer for Dentsu commented,
By extending our deep partnership with Microsoft and rolling out Azure OpenAI infrastructure, we’re making AI resources accessible to all dentsu employees within a framework defined on ethical and responsible AI principles.
The Dentsu-Microsoft partnership reflects the former’s dedication to employees’ access to the latest AI platforms. Their main goal is to give their staff the tools they need to take advantage of evolving technologies. AI-powered innovation and brand success have never been greater owing to this collaboration between Dentsu and Microsoft. This collaboration should produce outstanding brand experiences and enable the digital workforce.
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