Microsoft collaborates with Social Alpha to launch programme for healthtech startups

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Technology giant Microsoft has launched a dedicated program for healthtech startups in the country. The program is designed to help startups scale with advanced technology and joint go-to-market support. The programme has been launched in collaboration with startup incubator Social Alpha.
Microsoft for HealthTech Startups program is aimed to help entrepreneurs with technical support as well as resources for co-selling and co-building tech tools to achieve better outcomes across healthcare. It will unlock the power of Microsoft Azure, Microsoft 365, Microsoft Dynamics 365, and Microsoft Power Platform for the startups and will also enable them to access a portfolio of released and new healthcare capabilities in the Microsoft Healthcare cloud.
The program is spread across three tiers. Under the programme, qualified seed to series C startups can boost their business with Azure benefits (including free credits), unlimited technical support and go-to-market resources with support for Azure Marketplace onboarding. While the startups with enterprise-ready solutions can scale quickly with joint go-to-market strategies, technical support and new sales opportunities with Microsoft’s partner ecosystem.
Lastly, startups will also have have access to Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare that brings together trusted and integrated capabilities to enrich patient engagement and connects teams for improved collaboration, decision-making, and operational efficiencies

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