HCLSoftware integrates Microsoft’s Azure OpenAI service into its products

HCLSoftware has announced a collaboration with Microsoft, to integrate Azure OpenAI Service into its software products. This integration will combine HCLSoftware’s capabilities in software development and AI with Microsoft’s existing AI technologies.

The integration will be applied across HCLSoftware’s four distinct cloud environments: Business Cloud, Hybrid Data Cloud, Create/Compose Cloud, and Intelligent Automation Cloud.

HCLSoftware has also incorporated GitHub Copilot, an AI-powered coding tool developed by Microsoft, into its development process.

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