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Microsoft Demo Showcase 2008 Hits

The third version of the Microsoft Demo Showcase is officially available this month following a February preview. The Demo Showcase is a demonstration tool that Microsoft partners can use in customer engagements to show off usage scenarios with Microsoft software. The newest version adds nine scenarios for a total of 25 scenarios involving 29 products. It's available as either a download from the Microsoft Partner Portal or in DVD form.

According to a December 2007 study, the Demo Showcase is in use by 42 percent of Gold Certified partners, 34 percent of Certified partners and 32 percent of Registered members.

Posted by Scott Bekker on July 09, 2008 at 11:58 AM


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