IAMCP EMEA Webinar: ‘How to Transform Successfully with Microsoft’

IAMCP EMEA is hosting an exclusive member webinar: ‘How to transform successfully with Microsoft’. This webinar will delve into the key partner learnings and transformations drawn from 40 partner interviews across 19 different countries. Partner survey results will also be assessed and shared to show how partners’ business models are changing to ensure successful transformation with Microsoft in the technology landscape.

Date: Tuesday, 20th November, 2018
Time: 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM GMT
Presenter: Michiel van Vliet

Why attend?

  • Gain an in-depth understanding of the Microsoft business model changes
  • Understand the long-term Microsoft partner strategy
  • Gain insight into 40 transformation partner interviews with 15 deep-dive case studies
  • Partner survey results assessment – see how partners business models are changing
  • Define and operationalise your own strategy to ensure successful transformation with Microsoft

Click here to register.

About the Presenter, Michiel van Vliet:  The webinar will be presented by previous Microsoft EMEA Enterprise Partner Strategy Lead and Current CEO of Kabel as well as author of the book ‘Refresh the Road Ahead – how to transform successfully with Microsoft’. Michiel has been working for and with Microsoft, navigating the Microsoft ecosystem, since 1995. First as a supplier managing the outsourced support at EMEA level for Windows 95, and then as manager of the Unisys European Microsoft Practice and, ultimately, the global Microsoft Practice. Following this, he joined Microsoft Spain as a services lead, a role he held for 3.5 years, and then took on responsibility for the EMEA enterprise partner strategy and execution, working with some of the largest Microsoft alliances for 5 years. He joined Kabel as their CEO in 2016 and Kabel became finalist partner of the year in Spain in FY18. Michiel is also an active contributor on LinkedIn with a large following of people interested in Microsoft. Michiel is one of Microsoft’s biggest fans but also one of its biggest observers with an aim of making sure that Microsoft continuously improves.

Register here

Please contact us at info@iamcp.org with any questions.

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