Earlier in November Matt Wolodarsky, Product Manager for Windows Vista, announced the launch of the Windows Vista Small Business Assurance offer in Canada on our SBSC blog.

Today, we are live with both English and French versions of the customer website – highlighting key Windows Vista facts, guidance, tools (demos, tips/tricks, Windows Vista Compatibility Center, etc), special offers, and phone support information.

The priority is to provide small business customers as much help as possible, with the free support center to assist. That way you as a SBSC can stand with confidence when you recommend Windows Vista and keep focused on the high value services in your solution.

Remember, we’re highlighting SBSCs as an ideal way to buy a customized solution on the website! Check it out if you haven’t.

We also heard your feedback regarding the length of the campaign and time for you to engage and execute. As a result, we’ve made the decision to extend this support offer in Canada until the end of our fiscal year (June 30, 2009).

On behalf of the entire Windows Vista Small business Assurance team, thank you for your strong support and partnership in getting this campaign off to a great start. Be sure to review your marketing/websites and update the offer deadline accordingly!

Cheers,

Satish

P.S. Some examples of the great customer feedback we are receiving about the support offer!

“The free one-to-one coaching offered through the Windows Vista Small Business Assurance program is great. I feel like the customer support agents understand my technology needs and the fact that I don’t have time to sit on the phone all day.”
- Damian Ivers, owner of the Great Lakes Schooner Company & Cruise Toronto

“This is a Great service provided by Microsoft on Windows VISTA and I would like to encourage Microsoft to extended this services beyond Dec 31, 2008”
- Humberto Aspillaga, Simply IT Consultants

P.P.S. Need the marketing and training resources still? Click here.

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