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Sri Lanka’s Hela Clothing opts for digital transformation

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Digital TransformationHela Clothing, a leading Sri Lankan apparel manufacturer, has partnered with Microsoft in order to embraced digital transformation to revitalize the apparel industry.

The manufacturer chose Office 365 as its preferred means of collaborating and communicating in the workforce. Comprehensive and congruent, Office 365 includes email, team chat services, personal cloud file sharing, shared document workspaces, an enterprise portal and more. It also replaced Red Hat Virtualization with Microsoft Hyper-V, a platform aimed at consolidating company’s digital infrastructure to remote desktop and application virtualization systems. As a resultant, the platform decreased capital expenditure such as power and physical space.

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“Focusing on digital transformation with Microsoft’s secure and comprehensive cloud enabled platforms has played a crucial role in our success. Now that Microsoft has reduced our capex on server hardware and increased real-time communication, productivity at Hela Clothing is at an all-time high. With Microsoft, we will remain committed to innovating and accelerating insightful intelligence across the apparel sector,” said Thilina Samarasinghe, Head – IT, Hela Clothing Group.

 

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