The company sent around e-mail announcing Big Easy 2.0 today, although the
program formally launched Aug. 25.
You may remember
the Big Easy as the mega partner subsidy program. It combined several partner
subsidy programs into one comprehensive offering designed to reward partners
on a sliding scale for upselling, cross-selling and selling licensing.
The details are complex enough that Microsoft provides calculators to help
partners figure out how much their customers are getting back. For the first
run of the program, which went from Feb. 1 to June 27 of this year, Microsoft
set aside $10 million for the incentives.
Now that Microsoft is in a new fiscal year, the program is back until Dec.
31. Microsoft will provide more details on the revised program in a Partner
Learning Center webcast Thursday at 9 a.m. Pacific.
Posted by Scott Bekker on September 03, 2008 at 11:58 AM
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