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Sound Off! Take RCP's MPN Satisfaction Survey, Get Entered in a Drawing

Here at Redmond Channel Partner, we aim to provide an independent magazine and Web site (RCPmag.com) that serve the needs of the Microsoft partner community. As part of our editorial mission, we regularly check up with our readers on how well Microsoft is meeting your needs. Hence, this "RCP Microsoft Partner Satisfaction Survey."

The information you provide will only be used in aggregate and any verbatim quotes we use in articles based on these results will not include your name or company affiliation. None of your personally identifiable data will be shared with Microsoft or any other vendors.

What's the point? Let's face it -- when you give feedback directly to Microsoft through official channels, you've often got to flatter it because you're simultaneously lobbying for resources that it controls. This survey is your chance to help get real, unvarnished feedback to Microsoft that will help it get you products that better meet your customers' needs and get you the programmatic resources that you need to grow your business.

Take the survey here. It's only 10 questions and will only take a few minutes. As an additional thank you for participating, we'll include your name in drawings for three Amazon.com gift cards worth $50 each. So sound off!

Posted by Scott Bekker on May 27, 2015 at 8:45 AM


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