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by Jeff Shuey, Director of Strategic Alliances at Winshuttle
First, what is WPC?
WPC is the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference. It’s the chance for partners to connect with partners. It’s the best P2P event for Microsoft partners on the planet. It’s your chance to connect with the People that can help your business grow. It’s your opportunity to engage with the Partners that are as committed to the Microsoft community as you are. And it’s your chance to see the Products from Microsoft and partners that will help you create solutions.
This post is about what I call the Four F’s of WPC—simple guidelines to help new attendees get the most out of the event.
Think about these Four F’s as you finalize your plans over the next few weeks, and when you arrive in Houston, review them to make sure you are ready to maximize your time at WPC.
Now, what are the four F’s?
At the end of the conference, you may think you didn’t get enough from the event. And it’s possible you may not have. But if you follow these Four F’s of WPC, you will be on a very good path to getting the most out this year’s Worldwide Partner Conference.
In my next post, I’ll talk about what to do before, during, and after WPC. Stay tuned here on the US team’s WPC blog.
See you in Houston!
Jeff Shuey is a veteran in the Enterprise Content Management industry. Over the past 20 years he has worked with customers and partners to design, develop, and deploy solutions around the world. Jeff is the Director of Strategic Alliances at Winshuttle. He has worked for Microsoft, FileNet, K2, Captaris, Open Text, Kofax, and Kodak. He speaks and blogs about ECM and the intersection between social, mobile and cloud computing.
Connect with Jeff on Twitter, his blog, by email, and find him on Facebook, and LinkedIn. It’s also a good bet you can find him on WPC Connect.