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April 18, 2024

Moveworks Partners with Microsoft to Deliver Secure, Scalable Generative AI Solutions to Customers

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., April 18, 2024 — Moveworks, a leading generative AI copilot for enterprise employee support, today announced a new multi-year collaboration with Microsoft. This collaboration marks a pivotal step in standardizing Moveworks’ artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) platform on Microsoft Azure — a move that underscores Microsoft Azure’s ability to meet the demand for Moveworks’ Next-Generation Copilot.

“We are seeing significant customer demand for our new Next-Generation Copilot, and Microsoft Azure provides the stability, security, and privacy standards required to deliver that experience at a first-class level,” said Bhavin Shah, CEO and co-founder of Moveworks. “With Microsoft’s flexible offerings, including the latest NVIDIA GPUs and Azure OpenAI Service’s provisioned throughput units (PTUs), we are able to build and deliver cutting-edge generative AI use cases to our customers at scale.”

The Moveworks Copilot is powered by the Moveworks Reasoning Engine — a combination of Moveworks’ proprietary large language model (LLM), MoveLM, and Azure OpenAI Service generative AI capabilities. Moveworks leverages Azure OpenAI Service advanced AI technology, such as retrieval augmented generation, LLM chaining and prompt engineering to enable the Moveworks Copilot with advanced reasoning capabilities — allowing employees to interact with and take action across all business systems through natural language.

“Microsoft’s collaboration with Moveworks demonstrates Microsoft Azure OpenAI Service’s role in reshaping how businesses operate,” said Katy Brown, CVP, Software and Digital Platforms, Microsoft. “Together, we’re directly embedding cutting-edge AI into employees’ daily tasks, and responding to our customers’ calls for deeper, actionable intelligence. Through this collaboration we are unlocking new levels of productivity and innovation by making generative AI accessible and secure across various industries.”

This partnership also extends beyond technological integration, with the Moveworks Copilot now available through Microsoft Marketplace. Furthermore, the collaboration will make it easier for mutual customers to purchase and deploy Moveworks’ transformative generative AI solutions within their business. Joint customers can now apply their existing Azure Consumption Commitments (MACC) towards the purchase of the Moveworks Copilot and can extend the power of Microsoft Teams throughout their organization by deploying Moveworks within Teams.

The upcoming conference on April 23, 2024, will feature Katy Brown, corporate vice president of enterprise sales, software and digital platforms at Microsoft, alongside Shah to discuss the strategic depth of this partnership. Together, they will share insights on why this collaboration represents the future of AI in the enterprise — an occasion that underscores the commitment of both companies to lead the industry towards innovative AI solutions that are not only scalable but also deliver tangible ROI today.

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About Moveworks

Moveworks is the leading AI copilot platform for the enterprise. It empowers the workforce to interact with and take action across all business systems through natural language. Powered by the world’s most advanced LLMs and our proprietary MoveLM model, the Moveworks copilot enables users to search information, take action, automate tasks, and generate factually accurate content with generative AI. Companies such as Databricks, Broadcom, Hearst, and Toyota North America leverage Moveworks’ out-of-the-box solutions and intuitive developer tools to automate L1 support, enhance the employee experience, and accelerate business transformation. Founded in 2016, Moveworks has raised $315 million in funding, at a valuation of $2.1 billion. In 2023, it was named to the Forbes Cloud 100 list — a definitive list of the top private cloud companies in the world — and has been included in Forbes’ AI 50 list for five consecutive years.

Source: Moveworks