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Microsoft Launches Nonprofit Tech Acceleration for Black and African American Communities Program

Posted By Administration, Monday, October 5, 2020

As you may have heard, this year Microsoft renewed its commitment to finding new ways to combat racial injustice and inequity. One way they are doing this is by utilizing their technology and partnerships to provide minority-focused nonprofits the critical services and support at a local community level that is needed to drive change.  

To this end, Microsoft has launched the Nonprofit Tech Acceleration (NTA) for Black and African American Communities program, which increases technology support for nonprofits that support people of color. The range of services includes anything from technology upgrades to full digital transformations, plus the consulting and implementation support needed to be successful. As one of the support partners in this program, we are excited to contribute our services to such a worthy cause.

The depth and breadth of the support nonprofits can receive through the NTA program is largely based on their needs—examples include free Azure subscriptions, a collaboration tool suite that has their organization communicating on a single platform, or the help of a local partner who can guide them through whatever technology solution they are seeking.

If you are interested in learning more about the NTA program, the first step is to send the registration link to your nonprofit organization. Once they have registered, a representative will contact them to explore the opportunity to accelerate their technology solutions—ultimately, so they can spend less time on technology and more time on their mission.

No company can change the world by itself. But we can do our part by enabling the power of data, technology, and partnerships to help improve the lives of Black and African American citizens across our country. 

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Webinar 3/7: How to Transform and Grow Your CSP Practice

Posted By Administration, Friday, February 22, 2019

Join us March 7, 2019 at 10 am PST / 1 PM EST

 

Reserve Your Seat

 

Grow your digital transformation practice and modernize your go-to-market sales and marketing strategies using Nimble CRM + Office 365!

 

This three-part Webinar series provides actionable strategies you can use to personalize and scale communications with customers and prospective buyers using your free Nimble CRM license.

 

Join this 1-hour virtual training session to:

 

     Master online and social media technologies to reach, inform, and engage prospects and customers at scale using data-driven, customer-centric communications.

     Learn actionable sales and marketing strategies to help you sell Office 365 business bundles to established business teams and lean startups.

     Walk away with free sales enablement tools built for Office 365 and hands-on training to help you go-to-market faster, prospect smarter and build more sales.

     Discover the networking, business development, and educational benefits of joining the International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners (IAMCP).

 

Speakers include Jon Rivers, IAMCP board of directors; Eamon Moore, Founder and CEO, Hikari Data Solutions; and Jon Ferrara, Nimble CEO.  This webinar has limited seating. Reserve your seat today!

 

Can’t Attend in Person? If you can’t attend the live webinar, sign up to receive an emailed recording after the live session takes place.

 

Have Questions? Reach out with any questions or feedback to marketing@nimble.com.

 

IAMCP US MarCom Committee

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2018 IAMCP Rudy Rodriguez Scholarship Winner

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, February 20, 2019

2018 IAMCP Rudy Rodriguez Scholarship Winner

 

Ishan Mistry has been awarded the $2500 scholarship this year. His major will be in Computer Science at UT-Austin. He attends Ranchview High School in Irving Texas where he is in the International Baccalaureate Program, Captain of the varsity Swim Team, Member of the varsity Tennis Team and a member of the Symphonic Orchestra.  His parents are Sharon and Nilesh Mistry. Nilesh has been a member of the IAMCP Dallas chapter since 2013 and works in IT Management for Parablu

 

 

Open to all US IAMCP Members, employees and their children
September 2019  – Application site goes live
November 2019 – Applications Closed
January 2020 – Scholarship Awarded
Donations accepted all thru the year

 

There are 2 ways to donate


2.You can send a check to the address below. Checks should be made payable to Scholarship America. Documentation should be included along with the check that it is for the International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners Scholarship Fund (or this can be noted in the check memo area). Please remember this is the preferred way of giving if your employer matches your donation. 

Scholarship America
SDS-12-2719
PO Box 86
Minneapolis, MN 55486-2719

 

Additional information may be found here https://www.iamcp-us.org/page/RRSTEM

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Have a question? Bring it to the IAMCP US Town Hall meeting

Posted By Jon Rivers, Friday, February 1, 2019
Updated: Monday, February 4, 2019

After a year of proven success of our US Town Hall meetings, we are excited to announce that we are opening our doors wider and inviting ALL US IAMCP Members to our monthly meetings.

These meetings allow members a chance to share with other members any questions that pertain to their Microsoft practice in an open Town Hall forum where meeting leaders, other IAMCP members, and guests can assist in answering. 

We love to hear from our members so please make sure participate in this monthly event:

•             Open to all US IAMCP Members

•             Completely Unstructured Conversation

•             Encourage Best Practice Sharing

•             Have a chance to solve a problem

•             And please come with ideas to talk about!

US Town Hall meetings are regularly scheduled for the 1st Wednesday of each month at 8:30 am PST / 11:30 EST every month (except for July).

Click here to register for the US Town Hall Meetings

All recordings from previous US Town Hall meetings can be found online by clicking here (scroll down to Town Hall Meeting Section).

If you have any questions or would like to pre-suggest topics of discussion, please contact David Gersten david.gersten@iamcp.org

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