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We’re excited to re-open applications for the Microsoft Content Services Partner Program, which highlights both SIs and ISVs around the globe who have demonstrated their expertise in delivering solutions that make the transformation of their customers’ content management approach practical and attainable.
This year we’re looking to program partners to help us drive adoption and usage of Microsoft 365, focusing on Project Cortex, including SharePoint Syntex, and help our customers realize the full value of the knowledge and insights solutions available in Microsoft 365.
If your organization delivers solutions that make the transformation of your customers’ content management approach practical and attainable, we encourage you to submit an application to join the Microsoft Content Services Partner Program. We’ll accept applications for new membership now through December 31, 2020.
To learn more about the program, view the recording of our office hours call, where we walked through the program, benefits, requirements, and application process. More details about the partner program are also available in the Microsoft 365 Content Services Partner Program overview deck.
Program partners can receive the following benefits:
- Access to compete and go-to-market collateral
- Access to technical and business training
- Quarterly updates
Charter and preferred partners can receive additional benefits, like:
- NDA briefings and events, like the Microsoft Content Services Summit and the Content Kitchen
- Distribution and amplification of approved partner/customer case studies
- Use of logos and letters recognizing charter and preferred partner status
- Alignment and referral to the Microsoft field
- Additional marketing opportunities
In return for these additional benefits, charter and preferred partners will commit to having team members complete the Knowledge & Insights training series (November 9 to 11); obtaining a Gold competency for Knowledge (when it becomes available); and submitting two pieces of customer evidence during the program year. Furthermore, preferred partners must have the capacity to lead or support multiple Project Cortex engagements.
For more information on the Microsoft Content Services Partner Program, visit aka.ms/ContentServicesProgram.