Bitscape’s evolving engineering focus, and its results
Established in 2010, and today a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner, Bitscape
has evolved into a business that concentrates on quality engineering and
the bottom line. Furthermore, “Bitscape invested in expanding its
competencies around cloud collaboration and compliances,” says Ashish
Bahuguna. For the Indian government agency, Bitscape identified its goal—to
increase milk production per animal per day—and developed a strategy that
leveraged the power of Microsoft technology. Leveraging SQL Server 2016
with R Services, Bitscape created a data warehouse and an in-memory
database to collect, store, and analyze the animals’ data—habits, history, and location.
With the help of Xamarin, Bitscape was enabled to quickly adopt and create
their new practice around mobile applications development, leading to
additional revenue for their company.
Overall results? The improved livelihood of 4.5 million dairy farmers in
India, 49 net new customers for Bitscape, and a 29 percent year-to-year
growth in their cloud business.
A partnership that generates cloud solutions: one after another
Beyond Bitscape’s work with the Indian government agency, Ashish Bahuguna
states that the Microsoft productivity solutions is one of the key reason
for Bitscape’s success, as customers know and trust Microsoft technologies.
Rinkesh Arora calls Bitscape’s partnership with Microsoft “a natural
match.” Microsoft’s mission statement says: "Empowering every individual
and person on this planet to achieve more and do more,” he explains.
“[With] Bitscape being a productivity focused company, it was a natural fit
for us, so alignment was natural.” Today, Bitscape applies a range of
Microsoft technologies to their solutions, including Office 365, SQL
Server, and SharePoint, and has embraced the Microsoft Partner Network,
using incentives, webinars, technical training, and visits from field
teams, to improve their ability to create tech solutions.