Sidmach Technologies has joined forces with tech giant, Microsoft, to launch its cloud solutions to enable organizations and individuals improve productivity, grow revenue, reduce operational costs, reach new markets and improve efficiency for educational and health institutions in the country.
The Sidmach Cloud Platform offers a host of custom solutions including SmartSchool, School Safety Portal, APMIS (All Purpose Medical Information System) together with Microsoft flagship offerings like Office 365, Skype for business, Azure and others.
Speaking at a press conference to unveil the Sidmach Cloud Solutions in Lagos, Director, Small Midmarket Solutions and Partners Group, Microsoft Nigeria, Oluwawemimo Adeniyi, noted that this is in line with Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider Program, designed to strengthen customer relationships and expand cloud sales opportunities by enabling partners to provide direct billing, sell combined offers and services, as well as directly provide, manage and support products and services.
The implication, according to Mrs Adeniyi is that Sidmach Technologies owns the complete customer lifecycle, allowing it to easily sell her Solutions and Microsoft offerings which includes but not limited to Office 365, Microsoft Azure, Dynamics 365 subscriptions and helping customers drive new business value through the cloud by owning the entire billing process and directly managing support.
The Managing Director, Sidmach Technologies, Peter Arogundade, noted that this is an era of digital transformation for businesses and what the cloud platforms enables businesses to do is to operate without boundaries.
Our SmartSchool is an effective, reliable, and affordable school management solutions developed totally in compliance with UNESCO and Nigerian Government education policy framework. It simplifies and improves school administration
Speaking further on another of the solutions, Mr Arogundade said that the All-Purpose Medical Information Solution (APMIS) is an innovative, affordable, Medical Information System which connects all stakeholders on a single platform to harness the values that are inherent in seamless connectivity of health service delivery, education, research and administration.
He stated that;
APMIS is more than just a hospital information management software. It mitigates the challenges associated with information for hospital owners, healthcare professionals, caregivers, patients, government, health maintenance organisations, intervention agencies such as WHO, UNICEF and other stakeholders in the health sector.
Mr Arogundade said schools will be able to use the SmartSchool solution for free till the end of the current session and will only need to subscribe from next session.
You can learn more about the Sidmach Cloud solutions on the website.
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