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    The cloud is integrated into the Microsoft Partner Network. Partners with active practices around Microsoft Office 365 or Microsoft Azure may attain one of three cloud performance competencies. By partnering with Microsoft, you can make money selling industry-leading cloud solutions, and your success...
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    If your company is due to renew its Microsoft Partner Network membership and competency in the next 90 days, it’s time to get your renewal started. Renewing your Microsoft Partner Network membership and competency on time ensures that you keep your valuable MPN benefits , including: Partner...
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    by Joe Chason, US Microsoft Partner Network lead On February 24, several program-wide changes to the Microsoft Partner Network will take effect. Some of these changes are related to the Microsoft Cloud Partner programs. To help you understand what the cloud-related changes are, and how they may affect...
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  • Blog Post: WPC 2013: Add US sessions to your conference schedule

    Now that you can start building your conference schedule in WPC Connect, here is an updated list of the sessions in the U.S. Subsidiary track. Each session in the list below is linked to its description in the publicly available Session Catalog, and I’ve noted the day of each session for reference. ...
  • Blog Post: Day 1 of the New Microsoft Partner Network

    Last week, we counted down to the final stages of transitioning to the “new” Microsoft Partner Network. Thanks for your positive feedback about the Daily Double posts, where I covered tools and resources to help you assess where you are and decide where you want to be in the new Network. With the arrival...
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  • Blog Post: Market your competencies so customers choose you as their IT expert

    by Julie Golding, U.S. MPN Lead Only 5% of Microsoft partners worldwide have attained a competency. The accomplishment of having earned a Microsoft competency distinguishes your company and lets you market your business to customers in a specific way. I’m pleased to announce our web campaign that helps...
  • Blog Post: Have a Silver or Gold Competency? Take Advantage of Your Benefits

    We recognize the hard work and dedication you have put forth over the past year to achieve your competency status in the Microsoft Partner Network. Your competency investment not only creates distinction for your business in the marketplace, i t entitles you to valuable benefits that can help you achieve...
  • Blog Post: The US Partner’s Guide to a Great WPC 2013

    If you’re registered to join us in Houston for this year’s Worldwide Partner Conference, the Microsoft US Partner Team is excited to welcome you to this week full of opportunities to share experiences, make connections, and get new ideas for business and personal growth. At WPC, the US Partner Team has...
  • Blog Post: Have a Microsoft Competency? You May Need to Update Your Certifications to Meet New Requirements

    By Sharon Collins, Microsoft Partner Network Manager and Competency Lead, U.S. Partner Team. New Microsoft certifications are made available shortly after Microsoft releases a new version of a product. To ensure ongoing relevance to your customers, the Microsoft Partner Network updates the requirements...
  • Blog Post: Countdown to the New Microsoft Partner Network – Daily Double #3

    The excitement continues to mount as we get closer to putting the final touches on the new Microsoft Partner Network. Over the past two days, our tips have been focused on helping you lay the groundwork to know what changes will be made and understand how they will affect you. We’ve covered the Partner...
  • Blog Post: Partnering with Precision: Microsoft Partner Network–Year 1 Reflections

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  • Blog Post: Competency Partners: Certification Exam Discounts, Plus Free Exam Retakes

    by Julie Golding, U.S. MPN Lead Each month in the U.S. partner newsletter , Julie Golding delivers a message for Microsoft Partner Network organizations who hold one or more Microsoft competencies , offering information and recommendations to help those companies take advantage of their membership...
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    On Monday, November 1, the Microsoft Partner Network evolution will be complete, with new membership opportunities and a wider variety of ways to engage with Microsoft. If you have heard that there are changes coming, but have been waiting for us to tell you that we were really, really serious, here...
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    In yesterday’s first Microsoft Partner Network “daily double ,” we provided you with foundational resources to help you assess your current membership and determine what your initial next steps are as we finish the transition to the new Microsoft Partner Network. At the end of this week, the Partner...
  • Blog Post: New Application Development competency simplifies MPN membership for ISVs, Application Providers, and Developers

    by Julie Golding, U.S. MPN Lead Last month, I talked about the most significant Microsoft competency requirements and name changes that will take effect this month to help you understand what changes will affect your organization now or at your next Microsoft Partner Network membership renewal. The changes...
  • Blog Post: Small changes to your Microsoft Pinpoint profile can yield big results

    by Julie Golding, U.S. MPN Lead A core benefit of your Microsoft competency is prioritized exposure and competency designation on Microsoft Pinpoint , our online marketplace where prospective customers can find your company and solutions. More than 20 percent of Pinpoint visitors become viable prospects...
  • Blog Post: Meet Competency Requirements and Build Skills through Training Benefits

    Posted by Sharon Collins, Microsoft Partner Network Manager and Competency Lead, U.S. Partner Team. Each month in the U.S. partner newsletter , Sharon Collins, U.S. Microsoft Partner Network Manager and Competency Lead, delivers a message to silver and gold competency partners about maintaining and maximizing...