Bright Box, a global corporation that specializes in solutions and platforms in the connected car sector, today announced that it will be attending Microsoft Inspire 2019, the Microsoft World Partner Conference. This year Bright Box Named Finalist for Automotive nomination of the Microsoft 2019 Partner of the Year Awards. The event will be held at Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada on July 14th through 18th. TOP representatives Ivan Mishanin, the CEO of Bright Box and Vitaly Baum, the Chief Product Officer will involve in key activities.
“We provide our customers with turnkey Connected Car platform Remoto including hardware, business software and a mobile app for their user. The platform is hosted in the Microsoft Azure cloud, so we have access to modern software development and testing tools, and can easily upscale the solution. And today we are glad to be this year’s finalist for Automotive nomination”, said Bright Box CEO Ivan Mishanin, who will join the finalists’ events.
Solutions from Bright Box are based on cutting-edge Microsoft technology. Bright Box requires its app to be online 24/7, all over the world, with minimal downtime. Microsoft Azure is seen as a secure, highly compliant development platform for Open Source software and a secure repository for storing sensitive data, well protected by Microsoft and respected in the industry.
Inspire 2019, taking place in Las Vegas July 14–18, is Microsoft’s premier event for partners and experience for anyone interested in growing their business and strengthening their Microsoft partnership. The event brings together thousands of attendees from 130 countries around the globe for a week of networking and learning — all with the goal of increasing partner profitability and accelerating business growth. This year the keynote speaker lineup will include Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, President Brad Smith, Executive Vice President Judson Althoff, who leads Microsoft’s Worldwide Commercial Business organization, and Corporate Vice President Gavriella Schuster, who leads Microsoft’s One Commercial Partner organization.