Tai'an Mayor Wang Yunpeng met a delegation from Microsoft China on June 17, and the two sides had in-depth discussions about deepening cooperation in up-to-date information technologies, such as big data, cloud computing.
Wang said Tai'an attached great importance to investment promotion and construction of key projects in recent years, and was striving to speed up industrial transformation and economic restructuring as well as making innovations for the soundness of the economy and the well-being of its residents. The city has staying power and big potential for future development, he added.
As the world's largest computer software provider, Microsoft had abundant resources, advanced technology and rich experience, Wang said. Microsoft was welcome to give a helping hand in improving the city's smart tourism industry and in expanding its information technology industry, he added.
Wu Ronghua, strategic cooperation director of Microsoft China, sang high praises for the economic and social development of Tai'an. He said he was confident about cooperation with the city and that his company would carry out pragmatic cooperation with Tai'an in fields like big data, cloud computing platform construction, informatized public services, education and training and talent cultivation.
He said Microsoft would do its best to push forward cooperative projects with Tai'an, and provide more, better technologies and services for the benefit of the city's economic and social development.
Tai'an Mayor Wang Yunpeng said he hoped to see enhanced exchanges and cooperation to accelerate Microsoft's development in Tai'an.
He vowed that the Tai'an municipal government would continue to provide quality services to enterprises, create a favorable environment for their development and give strong support to achieve win-win results.