Updated Co-Sell Website & Microsoft Blog Refresh, All New Solution Workspace, and Inclusive Economy
Friday, September 25, 2020
Posted by: Pavan Jangid
Here’s What’s New in the Microsoft Partner Network in September 2020
Updated Co-Sell Web Page: Discover Partner-to-Partner Opportunities
Microsoft updated its co-sell page and one of the new features is the partner-to-partner co-sell opportunity. It equips you to invite other partner organizations to sell collaboratively.
Learn more about it here.
Blogs from Microsoft Executives Are Now Live
Microsoft Partner Blog has been revamped, so you can find the information you need easier, hear from Microsoft executives on opportunities to build and grow your business, and get partner insights – all in one reimagined space.
Read it here.
Explore Solution Workspace and Ensure Success for Your Products
If you’re looking for a way to harness all the resources your Microsoft partnership has to offer, check out Solution Workspace. You will be asked to enter your solution details and in just a few minutes you will receive a personalized set of resources to guide you through the entire solution lifecycle.
In Solution Workspace, you can quickly locate solution-specific research, technical support, and trainings to build and market solutions. Go-to-market integration allows one-on-one guidance with Microsoft marketing specialists, so you can get direct feedback to optimize your solution. The sales journey feature provides tools to generate more leads and grow your sales.
Learn how to maximize the potential of your products with Solution Workspace here.
Creating an inclusive economy
Microsoft's Gavriella Schuster shares her thoughts on the opportunities that come from an inclusive economy.
As Satya Nadella noted at Inspire, we have an opportunity toreimagine our future—one that is more inclusive, sustainable, and equitable.
Through the #BuildFor2030 campaign, Microsoft has been highlighting technology solutions that enable an inclusive economy and align with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Microsoft is recognizing partners who have been supporting first responders, healthcare workers, and institutions, in line with the UN’s SDG 3: Good Health and Well Being.
Delivering on these goals has the potential to unlock$12 trillion in inclusive market opportunity. Sustainability solutions could net $26 trillion in economic gain within the next 10 years.
We believe that Microsoft and our partners can join in collective action to capture these market opportunities and drive inclusive economic growth together.
Read more from Gavriella Schuster here.