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    As many partners work to renew their membership in the Microsoft Partner Network and meet the new competency requirements, here is a quick recap about how we are helping partners manage their transition. First, Microsoft extended the period in which you can continue using your old Microsoft Partner Network...
  • Blog Post: WPC 2013: US SMB keynote and session

    If you are a partner who serves small and midsize businesses, the Worldwide Partner Conference is an incredible opportunity for you to hear firsthand about the revenue growth opportunity in this dynamic customer segment and how Microsoft can help you build a profitable practice around SMB customers....
  • Blog Post: The New Partner Network + 45 Days

    I recently had the opportunity to chat with my teammate Sharon Collins, the U.S. Partner Team lead for the Microsoft Partner Network , about the new membership options and competencies that we launched on November 1. Over the past couple of years, leading up to the launch of the new Microsoft Partner...
  • Blog Post: Countdown to the New Microsoft Partner Network – Daily Double #4

    In today’s Daily Double, we’re getting practical, with tips about how to build your transition plan. Remember that you will need to meet the new competency (and Small Business Specialist Community) requirements before your next re-enrollment date if you intend to continue to hold one or more competencies...
  • Blog Post: How to Prepare for Windows 8

    A couple of months ago, I published an online guide for partners to help you prepare for all of the product releases we have planned this year. That post has been updated a couple of times as we passed launch milestones for Windows Server 2012 and Visual Studio 2012 in September. Many partners have asked...
  • Blog Post: Week of 1/3/2011: Highlights for U.S. Partners

    Happy New Year! I hope you had a restful holiday and a strong finish to 2010, and that you’re ready for a fantastic 2011. You may find some inspiration in the article, “ Marching Orders 2011 ,” from Redmond Channel Partner, where you’ll find tips from Microsoft partner executives and channel experts...
  • Blog Post: Pursuing a Silver Competency in the Microsoft Partner Network

    Over the past few months, a large number of our partners formerly known as Gold Certified and Certified have come up for Microsoft Partner Network membership renewal, as I noted would be the case in a December post ( The New Partner Network + 45 Days ). Now that we are through that very hectic part of...
  • Blog Post: New Timeline for MPN Program Changes Announced

    Recently, Microsoft made a decision to modify the release timeline for partner program changes that were announced at the Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) in July 2013. In a blog post called “Partner Program Updates. What you need to know.” published earlier today, Julie Bennani, General Manager for...
  • Blog Post: US Partner News Online for Friday, December 6, 2013

    Welcome to this week’s issue of the US Partner News Online! Each week, we’ll bring you the latest news and information for Microsoft partners. You can read previous weeks’ issues at http://aka.ms/uspnewsletter . If you’d like to see the next post in your email inbox, go to http://aka.ms/uspblog and enter...
  • Blog Post: WPC 2012: Cloud Conversations at WPC

    Post by Jemima Herman, Worldwide Partner Conference lead for the Microsoft U.S. Partner Team. It’s no secret that the cloud is having a big impact on how businesses of all sizes use data and work together. Earlier this year, on the Partnering with Precision blog , Microsoft U.S. Partner Vice President...
  • Blog Post: Week of 10/18/2010: Highlights for U.S. Partners

    This week, we have a strong lineup and good blend of both information and engagement opportunities for partners. We had more than 35 pieces of content submitted for publication. We were able to consolidate a few of them, and a couple that were not time-sensitive were moved to our 11/1 edition, leaving...