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Where in the World Are Microsoft's Partners?

The Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference starts next week in Toronto -- marking the first time in many years that the global gathering is being held outside the United States (though not far outside).

Having recently completed an extensive, worldwide search of the Microsoft Pinpoint directory of partners for our "most competent" partners list, we thought it might be a good time to show where in the world Microsoft's partners are.

What follows are the 25 countries with the most company listings in the Microsoft Pinpoint directory. Data was captured on May 18.

CountryNumber of Companies
United States 26,195
United Kingdom 5,670
France 4,405
Germany 4,112
India3,203
Japan3,029
Netherlands2,860
Italy2,852
Canada2,651
Russia2,640
Brazil 2,194
Australia2,027
Spain1,982
South Africa 1,590
New Zealand 1,533
Switzerland1,496
Singapore1,458
Malaysia1,440
Austria1,276
Mexico1,204
Denmark1,152
Sweden1,112
Ireland1,096
Poland918
Argentina915

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


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