Peter A. Jensen
I have been with Microsoft since 2002, but I have been with Dynamics even longer, starting out with a Dynamics NAV partner in 1992. I currently lead the Partner Programs team in the US Dynamics organization and look forward to keeping in touch with the US Dynamics Partner Community on this blog.
The United States Microsoft Dynamics marketing team is very excited to share news of a new program from the team at Marketing Advocate: The Marketing Outsource Models. According to the team…
Whether you're a partner who is short on marketing headcount or you would simply prefer to focus your staff on Sales and Implementations; Marketing Advocate’s program builds and executes a full 12 months of marketing on your behalf, at a fraction of the cost of doing it yourself! The team at Marketing Advocate handles all aspects of the marketing program, from list purchases to copywriting…even managing the tele-qualification calls!
Marketing Advocate has teamed with Microsoft over the past few months to be sure the program delivers value:
After a 60 minute setup meeting with the experts at Marketing Advocate, you will receive 12 months of:
Visit PartnerSource to learn more about this exciting new partner marketing program.
The Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Virtual Launch Event is only a couple of months away. Learn more about this upcoming event on the The Edge Blog.
Direct your customers and prospect to register for the event today!
If you are a United States based partner, learn how you can actively engage in the launch by visiting PartnerSource.
Worldwide Partner Conference provides forum to highlight benefits of cloud computing and the value of vertical solutions.
LOS ANGELES — July 12, 2011 — More than 15,000 partners at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2011 (WPC), currently taking place in Los Angeles, have gathered to discuss business innovation and change — and, more precisely, the change that fuels progress. Much of what’s being discussed this year comes in the form of cloud computing.
While businesses consider the implications and benefits of the cloud, many partners, including value-added resellers and independent software vendors (ISVs), must evolve and transform their business models to thrive among this change.
View a new Microsoft Dynamics Feature Story on the Microsoft News Center to learn more about: