Edison, NJ (February 14, 2023) – Brillio, a leading digital transformation services and solutions provider, was chosen as a winner in the Microsoft #BuildFor2030 Hackathon 2022. This recognition is a testament to Brillio’s commitment to leveraging technology to create a positive and sustainable impact for its customers and communities across the world and to our deep partnership with Microsoft.
The Microsoft #BuildFor2030 Initiative is designed to accelerate the collective impact generated by Microsoft with its partners by driving progress in alignment with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.
During the Microsoft #BuildFor2030 Hackathon 2022, 329 participants from over 50 countries joined in to skill up and unlock new industry solutions around six challenge areas: gender equality, climate action and sustainability, accessibility and disability inclusion, enabling the nonprofit sector, empowering communities, and an open category.
Brillio’s solution in Sustainable Supply Chain with Smart Technologies, ‘Accelerating Value Driven Supply Chain with Digital twins’, was chosen to be a Hackathon Hero by Microsoft. Companies can leverage the prototype solution to build more resilient supply chain design & planning by embracing eco-efficient complementing technologies like Cloud, Digital Twin, APIs, 3D Rendering, 5G & Edge Computing, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), and Blockchain.
Check out the solution in detail here.
Chander Damodaran, Chief Technology Officer at Brillio, said: “The sustainability imperative has taken great momentum as economic situations, regulations, investors & customers are demanding more measures to improve environmental and social responsibilities while seeking transparent reporting. At Brillio, our commitment to creating a positive impact for customers and communities globally using technology is at the core of everything we do. By leveraging Azure Cloud Platform & Digital Twin technology, we are taking a data-first approach to accelerate sustainability progress.”