This is a cross-post from the Microsoft Victory Lap blog—the original author is Alistair Cloke. (Original Link)

Alistair Cloke_2011Microsoft Victory Lap is all about celebrating the success of companies in the Microsoft Partner Network. We started the program in 2011 using Twitter as a way for MPN Members to tell us about their success. There’s only so much you can say in 140 characters, so we’re launching the Microsoft Victory Lap Partner of the Month. Each month we’ll publish a case study on http://www.microsoftvictorylap.com that provides a more detailed story of the great work that a Microsoft Partner Network member has done.

I’m delighted to announce that the January 2012 (and very first!) Partner of the Mimageonth is Vorsite. Seattle-based Vorsite helps small, mid-sized, and enterprise customers move their businesses to the cloud. Having started out with SharePoint on-premise and SharePoint custom development, they now offer Exchange Online solutions as well, and have adopted the Windows Azure platform. You can read more about Vorsite at http://www.microsoftvictorylap.com/Content/files/casestudy-vorsite.pdf

If you’d like to be considered for an upcoming Partner of the Month feature, it’s very simple. Just broadcast your Microsoft-based solution wins via Twitter – instructions are available at http://blogs.technet.com/b/victorylap/archive/2011/03/02/how-do-i-use-microsoft-victory-lap.aspx . We’ll keep an eye out and randomly select a Partner to feature. If you’re selected, our team will be in touch to ask you some deep and meaningful questions, write up a case study, and send you a crystal memento recognizing your achievement! The case study will then be featured on www.microsoftvictorylap.com

And remember – for your tweets to appear in Victory Lane, you will need to sign in to the Victory Lap website using your MPN login credentials, and associate your Twitter handle. Then it’s just a matter of making sure you have the right hashtags in your tweet – or use our cool Tweet Builder to insert them for you.

Read the original post, and future Partner of the Month posts, on the Microsoft Victory Lap blog.