The New Face to the Microsoft Channel
An interview with Phil Sorgen, the recently appointed head of the Worldwide Partner Group, about the changing structure of the channel and what "Devices + Services" will mean for partners.
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Phil Sorgen, a veteran of many senior roles in the Microsoft field, was named corporate vice president for the Worldwide Partner Group, replacing Jon Roskill.
Exec will manage National Systems Integrators, Licensing Solution Providers and Microsoft Surface sales.
The upper levels of Microsoft's org chart have been a hive of activity in recent months, from CEO Steve Ballmer's retirement announcement to an executive shakeup in the channel group. RCP's October issue goes behind the changes -- what they are, and what they mean for partners.
The outgoing Microsoft CEO gave his "all in" cloud mandate over three years ago, but entrenched players like Amazon Web Services and Google have left Microsoft fighting to secure a foothold for its own cloud services.
A business leader's legacy is more than just the state of the company when they leave -- it's also how well the stage has been set for the company to succeed in the future.
Meet David Willis, who in the wake of the recent partner executive reshuffling now runs Microsoft's U.S. Small and Midmarket Solutions & Partners organization.
Ripples of huge changes start at the top and are spreading throughout the organization.