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SharePoint, Office Clinic

Here's the info on that sales clinic that I'll be co-hosting. This is from Microsoft:

Based on the popular Information Worker Business Builder series for SharePoint, this is a sales and marketing focused clinic for partner executives and sales and marketing leaders. The clinic is designed to provide you with help and guidance in selling Microsoft Information Worker solutions. Co-hosted by industry thought leader Ken Thoreson of Acumen Management Group, the series will also provide you with usable guidance around marketing and selling to help you be at the top of your game. In this series, we will focus on some of the rich range of solutions you can provide your clients using Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Microsoft Office 2007.

The clinic runs every other week from mid-April through June to assist you in both your short-term sales and your longer-term growth strategy. With a panel discussion that includes Microsoft Marketing Managers and Acumen Management Group, you will have the opportunity to ask questions and interact directly with the Microsoft U.S. Information Worker team. Included as a part of this course is a Web forum for you to ask questions and get personalized help between the clinics.

Acumen Management Group has spoken at eight Worldwide Partner Conferences and hosted over thirty Microsoft Information Worker Business Builder workshops. Ken Thoreson is also a columnist for Redmond Channel Partner and consultant to many Microsoft partners.

You can follow me and Microsoft on Twitter at MSFTBizBuilder; to register for the clinic, click here.

Posted by Ken Thoreson on April 07, 2009


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