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Tulip Earns Recognition As a Microsoft Cloud for Manufacturing Partner

Tulip builds upon its existing relationship with Microsoft by becoming a Microsoft Cloud for Manufacturing partner.

JULY 19, 2023, SOMERVILLE, MA Tulip Interfaces, a leader in Frontline Operations, announced today that it has earned recognition as a Microsoft Cloud for Manufacturing partner under the Enable Intelligent Factories category. This partner network serves to provide customers with solutions that increase efficiency, drive innovation, and transform the workforce.

Cloud adoption in the manufacturing industry is stronger than ever — as cloud-based software is now the de-facto standard to run mission-critical processes. In order to establish these new types of connected digital environments, manufacturers must build and operate future-ready factories.

Throughout their long-standing relationship, Tulip has worked with Microsoft to bring smart, scalable digital transformation to operations — empowering organizations to leverage digitization across their entire value chains. And earlier this year, Tulip introduced the new Azure OpenAI integration in the Tulip Library. With Tulip’s Azure OpenAI connector, AI tools like ChatGPT can be connected to Tulip in a low-code editor — making it quick and easy for organizations to supercharge their workflows with natural language tools.

Now, as part of the Microsoft Cloud for Manufacturing ecosystem, the Tulip team works closely with Microsoft to empower their shared customers to transform their workforce, deliver new services, build more agile factories, create more resilient supply chains, and engage customers in new ways.

“In order to remain resilient in today’s evolving manufacturing landscape, organizations must embrace a connected and composable tech stack,” said Natan Linder, CEO and Co-Founder of Tulip. “Tulip’s ongoing collaboration with Microsoft and new distinction as a Microsoft Cloud for Manufacturing partner highlights our continued focus on enabling manufacturers to develop agile, intelligent factories.”

As part of the Microsoft Cloud for Manufacturing ecosystem, Tulip’s Frontline Operations Platform empowers organizations to increase operational visibility and unlock valuable, real-time data insights — while meeting industry-relevant compliance and security criteria.

“Tulip’s Frontline Operations Platform provides value for customers by focusing on improving the experience for frontline workers,” said Dominik Wee, Corporate Vice President, Manufacturing and Mobility Industry, Microsoft. “We welcome Tulip as a Microsoft Cloud for Manufacturing partner and look forward to collaborating with the team to extend solutions to new areas.”


Tulip, a leader in frontline operations, is helping companies of all sizes and across industries, including complex manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, and medical devices, equip their workforce with connected apps — leading to higher quality work, improved efficiency, and end-to-end traceability across operations. A spinoff out of MIT, the company is headquartered in Somerville, MA, with offices in Germany and Hungary.

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