Mazik Global has announced it is working with Microsoft on Microsoft CityNext, an initiative designed to help governments, businesses, and citizens re-imagine what is next for their cities.
For the first time in history, more than 50% of the world’s population lives in urban areas and nearly 70% of people will live in cities by 2050.
This ongoing migration creates unprecedented opportunities, but also intensifies problems such as aging infrastructure, hazards to public health and safety, pollution, crime, and traffic.
Through the Microsoft CityNext initiative, Microsoft and Mazik Global will help leaders to do “new with less,” by combining the power of technology with innovative ideas to connect governments, businesses, and citizens with city services that increase efficiencies, reduce costs, foster a more sustainable environment, and cultivate communities where people thrive.
Mazik Global is a visionary, experienced, and time proven global IT solution development and implementation company. With more than 320 consultants serving 70+ key strategic customers worldwide, we are recognized for our very customer centric approach combined with years of Cross Industry and technology expertise. As the key development partner of Microsoft Dynamics, Healthcare and Cloud products, we offer a very unique and unmatched industry experience in ERP, Cloud, Mobile and Enterprise social networking solutions.
“Our participation in Microsoft CityNext demonstrates our commitment to helping cities innovate now and modernise for the future. Microsoft solutions will provide us with greater opportunities to help city customers transform their operations through familiar, secure technology and devices; engage citizens and businesses through social media and apps; and accelerate innovation opportunities through community development and workforce training programs,” said Vivian Buttle, director Enterprise Solutions at Mazik Global South Africa.
“We are thrilled to partner with Mazik Global on Microsoft CityNext. Microsoft prioritises putting people and partners first in our initiatives and Microsoft CityNext is no different,” said Rob Bernard, Microsoft Chief Environmental Strategist and noted cities strategist.
“Even though cities are feeling the strain from economic challenges, we believe a new era of innovation will create opportunities for people to utilise technology to accomplish what they never thought possible. We’re inspired by our diverse partner ecosystem and know that working together we can help cities realise their full potential.”