Mar 18, 2021

Microsoft acquires industry innovator Marsden Group

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Georgia Wilson
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Microsoft acquires The Marsden Group, a leader in industrial technology innovation and rapid prototyping...

Latest announcements made by Microsoft, report its acquisition of The Marsden Group, a leader in industrial technology innovation and rapid prototyping. 

In acquiring the company Microsoft stands to further enhance its ability to create new customer value via experimentation and deep industry solutions.

“We want to empower our customers to implement digital initiatives faster. That’s why we’re thrilled to welcome The Marsden Group to the Microsoft family. With its experience in technological innovation and rapid prototyping, The Marsden Group has earned a unique reputation as a powerful and trusted partner among industry leaders who seek to quickly identify business needs, ideate technology solutions and build high-quality prototypes tailored to individual customer needs,” commented Omar Abbosh, Corporate Vice President, Cross-Industry Solutions at Microsoft.

With industries such as manufacturing, automotive and logistics, facing unique technology adoption challenges, Abbosh speaks highly of what The Marsden Group and Microsoft together can achieve. “I’ve seen firsthand what The Marsden Group and Microsoft can do, what’s possible when we bring together our cloud, edge, IoT, digital twin and AI capabilities with The Marsden Group’s speed, agility and technical creativity,” said Abbosh.

Since its founding The Marsden Group has helped its customers rapidly envision, prototype and implement solutions that drive value. With Microsoft’s investment in The Marsden Group, the company is taking the next step to help its customers envision and build digital solutions faster.

“Today, we are excited to announce that Microsoft has acquired The Marsden Group, a leader in industrial technology innovation and rapid prototyping [...] We continue to see an increased pace of digital change across many industries, and we believe that velocity is here to stay, as more and more companies recognize they must commit to continuous innovation to compete over the long-term,” concluded Abbosh.

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