CityNext initiative progress reported at Worldwide Partner Conference

In a blog post on Tuesday, Laura Ipsen, corporate vice president of Microsoft Worldwide Public sector, provided an update on the progress of the CityNext initiative one year after the program’s launch. Ipsen announced the CityNext initiative’s progress at the Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington, D.C.

“Exactly one year since launch, the momentum generated by Microsoft CityNext is significant and continues to grow. More than 200 partners have already signed on to Microsoft CityNext and are actively delivering more than 700 solutions worldwide – helping to build more modern, safer, healthier and educated cities,” she wrote.

For the full story, read Ipsen’s post over on The Official Microsoft Blog.

Jeff Meisner
Microsoft News Center Staff



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