“Partners in this program will be able to directly provision customer subscriptions and provide one monthly bill for both Partner and Microsoft services,” writes John Case, vice president of marketing for Microsoft Office, in a blog post. “They will also directly manage their customer subscriptions with in-product tools in the Partner Admin Center and own the technical support relationship.”
U.S. keynote and sessions presenters were asked to recommend other sessions at the Worldwide Partner Conference July 13-17 that complement theirs, and the result is a handy list of a dozen sessions for you to choose from on the Microsoft Partner Network blog.
U.S. Partners will have a chance to meet with some key players shaping U.S. tech policy strategy – and forge important connections that could be good for business – by attending sessions hosted by Microsoft’s Voices for Innovation program at the Worldwide Partner Conference 2014.
At 4 p.m. Tuesday, July 15, attend the keynote to hear Jenni Flinders, Microsoft US Partner Group vice president; Judson Althoff, Microsoft North America president; and special industry, partner and customer guests for a discussion about the Microsoft U.S. business today, priorities for the business for the coming year, how the partner ecosystem is evolving and how you can engage with the United States team as a partner to capitalize on new opportunities.
As the final arrangements are made for the 2014 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, July 13-17 in Washington, D.C., Jenni Flinders, Microsoft US Partner Group vice president, gives conference-goers a video preview of some of what they’ll experience next month.
With government agencies, health care providers and academia moving quickly to adopt cloud computing and mobile technologies to enhance their connections with their citizens, patients, and students and educators, a rich agenda for Microsoft in the public sector has been prepared for the Worldwide Partner Conference 2014 to talk about these issues.
Companies that earn the Microsoft Collaboration and Content competency (Systems Integrators, ISVs and Value-Added Resellers) can take full advantage of the partner opportunities with SharePoint – which has an estimated $2.3 billion in revenue.
At next month’s Worldwide Partner Conference 2014, Microsoft is committed to helping partners take advantage of the huge opportunity the Internet of Things has to deliver intelligent systems solutions.