Written by Stuart Crawford, SBSC Community in Alberta

The IAMCP is looking for the very best Microsoft Partners in Canada. The second annual IAMCP Partner of the Year awards are now open. Join our past award finalists as leaders in the IT community by submitting your success story online today.

The time is now to take your Microsoft business to the next level. The International Association of Microsoft Certified Partners (IAMCP), Canadian Chapter has opened nominations for the 2009 IAMCP Canada Partner of the Year.

Is your business a leader in the Microsoft Partner Program? Has your business worked with local charities to enrich the community? Do you stand up for what is right? Answering yes to any of these questions will provide the foundation required to complete your application.

Working with Microsoft Canada, the IAMCP Canada Partner of the Year award is open to all Microsoft Partners from coast to coast. Serving the community since 1994, the IAMCP is an independent Microsoft Partner community with multiple chapters located throughout the world. A leader in P2P activities, IAMCP Canada is committed to serving the entire technology landscape with local networking events, education programs, citizenship activities and advocacy work for all partners and Microsoft.

This year’s award submission tool is now open at http://www.iamcpaward.ca and graded on the following criteria:

  • Partner to Partner interaction
  • Community involvement
  • Education
  • Advocacy

Partners make a difference, now is the time to highlight the services you provide. Finalists will be announced in August 2009 and award presentations during Microsoft’s annual IMPACT awards gala in Toronto.

Apply for the IAMCP Canada Partner of the Year award, as well as the Microsoft Small Business Specialist of the Year award, at the 2009 IMPACT Awards website.

Stuart R. Crawford
IAMCP Canada President
president@iamcp.ca
403.206.2233 ext 159

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