Boeing Company and Microsoft Corporation announced they are deepening their strategic partnership to accelerate Boeing’s digital transformation.

Through the expanded collaboration, Boeing will leverage the Microsoft Cloud and its AI capabilities to update its technology infrastructure and mission-critical applications with intelligent new solutions that are data-driven, further opening new ways of working, operating and doing business.

Susan Doniz, Boeing’s Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President of Information Technology and Data Analytics said the announcement represents a significant investment in Boeing’s digital future.

“Our strategic partnership with Microsoft will help us realise our cloud strategy by removing infrastructure restraints, properly scaling to unlock innovation and further strengthening our commitment to sustainable operations. Microsoft’s demonstrated partnership approach, trusted cloud technologies and deep industry experience will help us achieve our transformation goals and strengthen Boeing’s digital foundation.”

This partnership builds on a long history of the companies working together. Boeing was among the first to leverage the Microsoft Cloud, centralising many of its market-leading digital aviation applications on Microsoft Azure and using artificial intelligence to drive customer outcomes and streamline operations.

“Boeing and Microsoft have been working together for more than two decades, and this partnership builds on that history to support Boeing’s digital future by helping it optimise operations and develop digital solutions that will benefit the global aviation industry,” said Judson Althoff, EVP and Chief Commercial Officer at Microsoft.

“The power of the Microsoft Cloud and its AI capabilities will serve as the core component to Boeing’s digital aviation strategy by providing flexible, agile and scalable solutions that are intelligent and data driven on a secure and compliant platform.”


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