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Check Out the WPC Expo Hall Guide at RCP

Microsoft, justifiably, will dominate the news at its Worldwide Partner Conference next week in Toronto. Look for product, program and momentum announcements aplenty on our WPC page here. But many of the companies in the Microsoft ecosystem will be vying for Microsoft partners' attention with news of their own.

A lot of them have rented booths on the WPC show floor, and RCP is here to help partners, both those at the show and those monitoring the show from afar. Vendors looking to make a splash at WPC have filled out detailed e-mail interviews with RCP about what value they're offering to partners this year, and what they're emphasizing at the show. Yes, we even get into the swag.

Already, we've got entries from Aastra, Brainware, Cisco, Citrix, Intermedia, Laserfiche, Mimecast, Parallels, proRM, Sitecore, SMART Technologies, StorageCraft, Telerik, Trend Micro, UniPrint, Veeam Software, WatServ and X2O. We've got plenty more to come.

Visit the Expo Hall Guide here.

Have a booth at WPC and want to be included in this guide? Download RCP's questionnaire here and return it to Scott Bekker ([email protected]) or Gladys Rama ([email protected]).

Posted by Scott Bekker on July 05, 2012 at 11:58 AM


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