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CompUSA and Microsoft Tap the Channel

CompUSA Inc. is putting together a campaign to reach out to small business customers, and they're looking for help from the Microsoft Small Business Specialist Community. CompUSA and Microsoft announced the new program, called the CompUSA TechPro Business Providers program, on Monday. It's part of Microsoft's multi-pronged effort to connect with the small business market -- but unlike other major Microsoft partnerships, like the one with Best Buy, this one is quite friendly to Microsoft's smaller partners. Check out the details here.

Posted by Scott Bekker on March 14, 2007 at 11:57 AM


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