Azure Customer Story: Missing Children Society of Canada

Posted on November 17, 2019 | Tags: , ,

We are constantly on the lookout for interesting customer stories and came across this one. After viewing this content, if you feel this type of solution would be helpful to your company, then please reach out to us to start a conversation.

Helping find children isn’t an easy business, but Missing Children Society of Canada is using Microsoft Azure and Xamarin to leverage Canada’s social networks to bring missing children home. Azure gives them the scale they need to optimize their use of social media and supports rapid scaling required to take on millions of users. With Artic Consulting and Microsoft, you can leverage the same power. Contact us to find out more.

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