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  • Blog Post: US partner news for Friday, May 3, 2013

    On the first and third Friday of each month, the U.S. Partner Team delivers a newsletter for U.S.-based members of the Microsoft Partner Network. The content you receive in your email inbox as a benefit of your membership is specific to your company’s business and your role (learn more about this in...
  • Blog Post: Competency Partners: Benefits update

    by Julie Golding, U.S. MPN Lead The competency roadmap provides you with a comprehensive look at both recently implemented changes and planned changes coming to the Microsoft Partner Network, to competency requirements and benefits, and to our cloud partner programs. It’s a document I frequently use...
  • Blog Post: Giving Partners a Voice with Microsoft

    Over the next few weeks, you may receive an e-mail invitation to participate in the Microsoft Global Relationship Study (GRS). Periodically, we engage an independent research company to conduct this study in more than 100 countries, giving both customers and partners an opportunity to evaluate Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Partners Serving Education Customers: What’s Your Sales Lead Style? Tell Us and Enter to Win

    The Microsoft U.S. Public Sector Team is working on new resources to help you reach prospects and expand your business in education. To better serve you, we’d like to understand how your customer lead processes work and how you use Microsoft sales and marketing tools. Take our short survey to tell us...
  • Blog Post: Improving the Partner Online Experience – Proposed Home Page Design

    As the managing editor of the Microsoft U.S. partner portal, one of my responsibilities is understanding how partners use the site and how we can improve the experience with it. Each month, I look at several data points and read between 200-300 comments from partners who agree to take our Foresee pop...
  • Blog Post: Give your feedback about partner loyalty programs in our short survey

    by Erik Moe, Partner Relationship Marketing, Microsoft U.S. Marketing & Operations The Microsoft U.S. team is in the early stages of designing a partner appreciation program, and your input and feedback will help us determine what benefits you would value most. Our short, 14-question survey will...
  • Blog Post: Week of 2/21/2011: Highlights for U.S. Partners

    Planning for this year's Worldwide Partner Conference (July 10-14 in Los Angeles, CA) is in full swing, and registration will open at 10am Pacific Time on March 23. Prior to that, though, there are a couple of actions you can take. Even if you are not sure you will attend the Conference, you are welcome...
  • Blog Post: Using Your Feedback to Shape the Partner Experience

    Once again, we have begun inviting partners and customers to participate in our Microsoft Global Relationship Study (GRS). Periodically, we engage an independent research company to conduct this study in more than 100 countries, giving both customers and partners an opportunity to evaluate Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: What to Do Before, During, and After WPC 2013: Expert Advice

    by Jeff Shuey , Director of Strategic Alliances at Winshuttle Things to know before, during, and after the Worldwide Partner Conference to make the best use of your time and get the most out of the event. Some are easy, some will take a little work, and all of them can help you and your company engage...