You can REGISTER HERE for this Live Meeting session.
Microsoft has an exciting new marketing program specifically designed for our partners. This program enables a partner to incorporate Ready-go-Go campaigns into their own marketing strategy. Ready-to-Go campaigns allows a partner to leverage Microsoft marketing while executing their own marketing programs.
Ready-to-Go campaigns are integrated, customizable campaigns will help you grow your pipeline and drive revenue. Each Ready-to-Go Campaign includes targeted prospect criteria & lists, content based on your business needs, and guidance on how to get it done- all in one place.
Please join us for this exciting training on the Ready-to-Go campaigns below:
· Upgrade the DesktopYour new resource to tap into customer demand for Windows Vista TM Business and Microsoft Office ® Professional Plus 2007. This campaign supports marketing and lead-generation for the launches of Microsoft Windows Vista and Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2007, and is designed for value-added, large account, and direct market resellers.
· Build Customer Connections/ Optimize your Business Productivity Infrastructure
Provide solutions that can help your customers develop more profitable relationships/ Take advantage of the 2007 Microsoft Office system to help your customers' organizations work more productively and effectively.
· Exchange 2007 Upgrade (to be released on 1/8/07)
Exchange Server 2007 offers customers a stable, reliable corporate messaging system. With email messaging fundamental to business communication and collaboration, your customers will be excited to know that the upcoming release can help them reduce the cost and complexity of their email messaging.
In addition for those of you with questions regarding launch, please see the information below:
Get your business ready for the FY07 Product Launches. So take action! — check out Launch Central for updated product, solution and readiness, and marketing campaign information.
Get Ready for Launch
Thank you and have a wonderful day,
Eric LigmanMicrosoft US Senior ManagerSmall Business Community EngagementThis posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights