Home     |     US Partner News Online     |     WPC 2015

Azure Partner Community      |     Office 365 Partner Community

New Service Offering Helps You Deliver Value and Build Pipeline in the Enterprise – See It at WPC 2014

  • Comments 6
  • Likes

Apportals - TabletMicrosoft recently announced Windows Apportals, Windows 8.1 apps that can integrate a customer’s entire line of business (LOB) stack into a single, modern, touch-based experience. Windows Apportals were built in response to numerous customer requests to create an “on-the-glass” integration for the wide variety of LOB apps that exist in their organizations today, including legacy Windows 7 desktop applications; newer, modern Windows 8 apps, and web-based applications. Apportals can be generated by vertical, by industry, or by role, and allow custom branding with customer-specific logos.

Later this month, we will make available partner-ready training and assets that will let you capitalize on this unique new way to deliver business solutions and provide you with a compelling new service offering across industry and role-specific scenarios:

  • Sales training to learn how to position and demo Windows Apportals
  • A downloadable demo and bits that let you create customer-specific scenarios
  • Technical how-to guide and sample Statement of Work (SOW)
  • Guide to building a Windows Apportal (sign in required)

Once you see how powerful Windows Apportals are in addressing customer needs, you’ll want to incorporate them into your sales and deployment motions.

MD631 - Windows 81 apportalsIf you are attending WPC 2014, you will have an opportunity to see Windows Apportals first-hand:

Comments
  • thank you

  • Sounds like a great product!
    Can you say when people will be able to see a demo online of what this product can do?

    Thanks

  • Hi streaming7 - Thanks for the question. demo resources will be available soon, but in the meantime, you can download the Apportal guide from http://aka.ms/uspartner-apportals-guide (you must sign in with your Microsoft account associated to MPN for access).

Your comment has been posted.   Close
Thank you, your comment requires moderation so it may take a while to appear.   Close
Leave a Comment