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Evolution of the Microsoft Partner Program

Allison Watson, Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Group corporate vice president, took a few minutes in her keynote Wednesday morning to note the five-year anniversary of the Microsoft Partner Program, and said, "It's time to evolve together to the next step."

For more details on Microsoft's plans to alter the MSPP over the next few years, see Anne Stuart's cover story from our July issue, "The New Rules of Partnering with Microsoft." Highlights include adding Good, Better, Best designations to partners, and requiring customer satisfaction data on certain categories of partners.

Posted by Scott Bekker on July 09, 2008


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