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Do you have customer’s transitioning from BPOS to Office 365 ?

Do you have customer’s transitioning from BPOS to Office 365 ?

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Customer Transitions of BPOS to O365 - Transition Roadmap, Eligibility

and the Role of Advisor Partners (OFF212PAL)

 This is a joint Microsoft Internal AND Partner facing Webcast provided by Academy Live.

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November 08, 2011
8:00 – 9:00 am Pacific

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Presented By:
Sanjeevini Mittal, Senior Product Manager, Microsoft
Shahz Afzal, Partner Cloud Experience Lead, Microsoft

Session Overview:

Customers and partners currently using BPOS are being transitioned to the latest version of the Online productivity suite, Office 365. All BPOS customers must be transitioned over to Office 365 by Sep 2012. Partners will play a key role in helping their customers in this transition process. This session will provide you the transition timeline, eligibility, partner role and opportunity and information on training and resources on Office 365 transitions. The session will have 70% presentation and 30% Q&A allowing time for questions to SMEs from the product group. This session is primarily targeted at partners with customers on BPOS and solution partners offering deployment services.

 

Session Outcomes:

  1. Learn the latest O365 transition roadmap and customer eligibility
  2. Understand partner role and opportunity on O365 transitions engagement
  3. Familiarize with the BIF program specifically targeted to partners helping customers on O365 transitions
  4. Learn about resources, technical training and support available to partners
  5. Ask questions to subject matter experts from the product group


Level: 100
Microsoft Audience: SMS&P Sales, PAMs

Partner Audience:

  • Advisor Partners
  • Partners of Record or POR – Partners with customers on BPOS
  • Deployment Partners – Partners offering O365 deployment services to customers
  • Distributors
  • LARs – Optional

Register for the event here:

https://training.partner.microsoft.com/learning/app/management/LMS_ActDetails.aspx?UserMode=0&ActivityId=775648

 

What to expect?

Academy webcasts are 1 hour online events for Partners and Microsoft employees using Microsoft Office Live Meeting. Connect with Microsoft and other partners; listen to Microsoft subject matter experts as they discuss their areas of expertise related to Microsoft’s sales and competitive strategy. Learn more about Microsoft’s products (including insight into products on the launch horizon); positioning of business value to customers; sharing wins from the field and how the account team won; world class selling skills and best practice; and leveraging Microsoft resources to maximize your productivity. Webcasts for partners caters to all depths of knowledge.

 

Before the Webcast:

To attend our upcoming Webcast please ensure you have downloaded the latest version of Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007.

 

Join the Conference:

Attendee URL: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/plc_usa/join?id=7756492011102112188&role=attend&pw=Q9%23x%7E%23Wn4  

Toll-Free (Within US & Canada): (866) 294-0201   Audio Pin: 7086

 

Webcast Technical SupportTechnical Support:

Having trouble with the Live Meeting conference on the day of the session?

Click here for Live Meeting support or call: 866-493-2825

 

If you are having issues with the Partner Learning Center (PLC) or accessing the live or on-demand event, please contact the Microsoft Partner team at: msuspr@microsoft.com.

 

If you have any questions on this or future Academy Live webcasts, please contact us: mspal@microsoft.com.

 

Comments
  • Would appreciate if attendees would have a look at our transition portal and give us open and honest feedback :)

    transition.migrateoffice365.com

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