The team at Matchbook AI is proud to announce that we have been selected to join the Microsoft for Startups program. This program gives early-stage companies access to multiple technical and business resources. Companies admitted to the program can access dedicated technical engineers, discounted Azure credits, and opportunities to co-sell on the Microsoft AppSource.

“We couldn’t be more pleased,” said Rushabh Mehta, Founder and CTO. “It’s an honor to be one of the start-ups chosen for this year’s program. With the support of Microsoft, we can accelerate the timeline of our expansion into the market. Inside access to Microsoft will make our product better, and make a real difference for a greater number of companies who want to get more from their third-party data.”

Microsoft for Startups was created in 2018, and revamped to include several discrete programs aiming to help eligible startups build and scale. The current iteration gives early-stage companies an invaluable leg-up by facilitating access to technical and business resources.

“One of the most attractive aspects of joining the Microsoft for Startups program is their ability to support [startups] at all phases of the development cycle,” explains Matchbook CEO Brenda McCabe. “We will certainly use the technical support to expand our capabilities. We’re eager to access the expertise of the Microsoft sales teams and partner network to help grow our customer base. There is so much valuable commercial data that is not being fully mastered. We’re excited to help more businesses make better matches and are thankful to Microsoft for committing to helping us.”

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Want to find out how you can get better matches? Matchbook uses referential based matching and an intuitive data stewardship portal to make it easier than ever to cleanse, match, enrich, and monitor your data. Book a demo with our team today to discover what a difference better matches can make.

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