PwC + Microsoft

Unlocking your organisation's full potential with Microsoft

Creating sustainable change with Microsoft

We live in a world where everything seems to be going digital, if it’s not already. The way we live, communicate, work and create – it can all happen online and in the cloud. That’s why companies shouldn’t wait to transform themselves into more digital operations. PwC and Microsoft can help. The two companies have a relationship that goes back years and, together, we can help companies meet all their technology and business objectives.

PwC’s award-winning work with Microsoft

PwC’s alliance partnership with Microsoft has received numerous accolades from analysts and organisations around the world.

PwC Spain has received a special award from Microsoft for the best IP based solution of the year for developing PowerBrain

PowerBrain is a modular cloud platform built to deliver big data analytics as a service. PowerBrain has been developed by Javier Barguñó Casanova, Big Data & Analytics Leader, PwC Spain, and his team with the objective to enable services linked to value, not to hours.

Peter Harries

Global and US Microsoft Alliance Leader, PwC US

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PwC and Microsoft help clients solve important challenges

"Working together, PwC and Microsoft help clients understand how to take their digital transformations to the next level, using technology to create better experiences for employees, customers, and stakeholders."

Peter Harries, Principal, Global Microsoft Leader, PwC US