At the SMB Nation Fall Conference in October, Harry Brelsford and I will be presenting a session on why most partner programs fail. It's a (slightly) tongue-in-cheek approach to the topic of what makes a good channel program from a solution provider's perspective.
While Harry and I have lots of ideas of our own, we'd like to make sure the presentation is grounded in the reality that you're seeing out there every day. Help us out by taking this very brief, completely anonymous survey on what you value in a partner program these days.
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Think about attending the conference, as well, if your schedule permits. Lots of discussion on Windows XP end-of-life, partnering in the post-Small Business Server world, mobility and new security realities. Should be a productive and fun few days in Las Vegas.
Posted by Scott Bekker on September 30, 2013 at 11:29 AM
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