Networking nirvana as Microsoft ramps up Kiwi partner connections

Microsoft is ramping up its efforts to connect partners at this year’s Worldwide Partner Conference, introducing WPC Connect to attendees.

Once again this year, the tech giant is offering the WPC Connect tool available through the Digital WPC site so partners can reach out and invite others to connect and schedule meeting times during the conference.

“Every year, one of the top benefits that partners share with us that they got out of Worldwide Partner Conference is the invaluable face-to-face connections they made with others while at WPC,” writes Eric Ligman, Senior Sales Excellence Manager, Microsoft.

Through WPC Connect, partners can search for other WPC attendees based on a set of criteria they are interested in (Competencies, business focus, partner type, etc.) and then send out invitations to connect.

To do this, go to the WPC Connect page and sign in. For more information click here

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