Grand Junction, CO – Microsoft Corporation has recognized Colorado-based software company, ProStar Geocorp, as part of the company’s digital transformation. ProStar Geocorp develops and sells cloud and mobile Geospatial Intelligence SoftwareT to its customers. The company combines technology with business intelligence to enhance enterprise software, helping organizations share critical information, map their assets, and collect, qualify, and store data.

According to Microsoft, digital transformation is about reimagining how you leverage people, data and processes to create value for customers and maintain a competitive advantage in a digital-first world. ProStar was recognized for creating valuable new processes in data and asset management utilizing Microsoft’s digital solutions. “Partnering with Microsoft has helped ProStar transform into a digital company and added new and powerful capabilities to our cloud and mobile solutions,” said Page Tucker, CEO and Founder of ProStar. “We are truly honored to be recognized as part of their digital transformation.”

ProStar now runs on Microsoft Azure, creating a cutting-edge, geospatial software solution for organizations that don’t maintain their assets in one centralized location. This allows companies to keep tabs on every aspect of their operation, regardless of location. “Our goal is to expand out into the global market, so we wanted to make sure that whichever cloud service provider we chose had a global imprint,” explained Page Tucker.

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Read Microsoft’s ProStar Case Study here at MicroSoft.