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3 Top Take-Aways from Microsoft Inspire 2023

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Once again, Microsoft Inspire unfolded as an unforgettable event that surpassed all expectations. From announcements of new technologies to networking with industry leaders, Microsoft Inspire 2023 was one to remember.

So, what are the three biggest takeaways from Microsoft Inspire 2023?


  1. Azure AI Trio

Among the multitude of innovations showcased across the two days, three standout AI capabilities captured everybody’s imagination, inviting us to see what’s in store for the next stage of Microsoft AI.

The so-called ‘AI trio’ starts with AI Vector Search: a powerful tool enabling efficient search and gaining of information from vast datasets, aiming to allow businesses to extract valuable insights with unprecedented efficiency and make data-driven decisions with confidence.

Next, we have Document Intelligence, an advanced feature empowering businesses to extract valuable insights from unstructured data by analysing and interpreting documents and extracting meaningful information from unorganised data sources.

Rounding out the trifecta is the Whisper Model: an innovative language model designed to enhance natural language processing tasks, ultimately aiming to make interactions between humans and machines more natural.


  1. Power Automate Process Mining

Another of the key takeaways from Inspire was Microsoft’s highly anticipated announcement of Power Automate Process Mining’s arrival in August. So, what’s the hype all about? This transformative feature is set to revolutionise the way businesses approach process optimisation, cost-saving, and identifying opportunities for enhanced operational efficiency.

Leveraging AI-powered root cause analysis, users can capture detailed visual process maps and gain invaluable insights for process improvement. With Power Automate Process Mining, organisations can comprehensively understand their business operations, streamline complex processes, and drive continuous improvement through the seamless integration of automation and low-code apps.

This accessible toolchain represents a game-changing resource that empowers enterprises to achieve greater productivity and success.


  1. Introduction of Sales Co-pilot

Lastly – but by no means least – is the announcement of Microsoft’s news Sales Co-Pilot, a dynamic tool set to reshape the future of sales and customer engagement. Paired with the capabilities of Dynamics 365 Customer Insights and a cutting-edge cloud migration programme, this innovative tool is primed to revolutionise how businesses interact with their customers and optimise sales strategies.

Grouping analytics and AI-driven insights, the Sales Co-Pilot will have the ability to suggest personalised actions based on consumer preference and historical data.


Phew, what a rollercoaster! Although it seems like forever until the next Microsoft Inspire, we can spend the rest of 2023 getting to grips with some fascinating leaps in solution engineering. So, which development are you most excited for?

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