Project Cortex updates – October 28, 2020

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See what’s next in our Office Hours series, learn more about our launch partners, join our partner program, and more.

 

Join us for Office Hours

Want to learn more about planning for SharePoint Syntex? Register today for the November 18 meeting, where we’ll discuss how organizations can prepare for and implement SharePoint Syntex.

 

Miss an Office Hours meeting? Learn more about the series – including upcoming meetings – and view the recaps and recordings for all past meetings on the Office Hours page, including our October 14 meeting focused on Financial Services.

 

Meet the Project Cortex launch partners

With the launch of SharePoint Syntex, the first product from Project Cortex, we’re excited to tell you more about the Project Cortex launch partners. Below are the launch partners who provide software and services in the following areas:

 

Project Cortex spotlight

Microsoft 365 Content Services Partner Program

We’re now accepting applications for the Microsoft 365 Content Services Partner Program. To apply to the program, complete the Microsoft 365 Content Services Partner Program application form by December 31, 2020.

 

Through the Microsoft 365 Content Services Partner Program, we support our partners delivering solutions that make the transformation of your customers’ content management approach practical and attainable.

 

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, including associate, charter, and preferred 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; 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.

 

Upcoming events

Hear more from Microsoft about Knowledge and Project Cortex at an upcoming virtual event.

Document Strategy Forum
Nov 9-10

KMWorld 2020
Nov 16-19

Quest TEC 2020
Nov 17-18

Catch up on recent events

Microsoft Ignite (on demand)

Virtual Hub for Knowledge

 

Visit the Project Cortex resource center to learn more.

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