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The 2009 Worldwide Partner Conference is coming later in the year (July 13–16 in New Orleans), but the WPC Awards program is already opened for nomination.
If you are a Microsoft Partner with an awesome solution built on Microsoft technologies, it's time to start writing something up. Submissions for the Global Awards are open until April 2nd.
It is a great way to to showcase a solution and drive new business opportunities. Winners and finalists will get increased press coverage and market recognition. Who would not want that? Winners are also invited to an exclusive gathering at the 2009 Worldwide Partner Conference.
The awards for this year include:
You can review the 2008 winners and their solutions at: https://partner.microsoft.com/global/40069287.These will give you some good examples of what it takes to be a winning solution.
Detailed information about the 2009 program and how to nominate your solution can be found at:https://partner.microsoft.com/global/trainingevents/wwpartnerconference/ppawards