Microsoft is one of the leaders along with Trello, Citrix, Wrike and others.
IAMCP led a very successful webinar with Ron Huddleston, CVP One Comercial Parter Microsoft. Questions from partners all over the world were answered by Ron and honestly I believe ALL partners should listen to this.
The first module of the Software requirements training .
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The training leas You for a full journey from identifying stakeholders, collecting their requirements, expectations, and constraints to balancing requiremebts in a business vs technical requirements matrix; creating prototypes, UML models, and, finally, the SRS document – Software requirements specification.
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Microsoft(r) presented new features – Scrum Sprints and Kanban board in the Microsoft Project. The features are available in Microsoft Project Online Desktop client. There are no current plans to add them to a standard Microsoft Project(r).
The new features are integrated with usual Project functionality, which make them valuable for virtual teams, large-scaled projects, and start-up teams and developers.
The IAMCP EMEA starts the “Refresh the Road Ahead” – Partner Interview to publish the book on how to engage with Microsoft.
The experienced Microsoft partners are interviewed and their opinion would be consolidated in the book.
Follow our updates. If you are invited for an interview, please invest 20-30 min. of your time to answer the questionnaire.
Great news come from the IAMCP EMEA – special interest groups are launching now, and the Dynamix NAV group is the first one.
Mr.Klaus Fander leads the group to establish strong partner channel and advocate partner community at MSFT Dynamix team. If your business is related to Dynamix join the group. Just send an e-mail to Mr. Fander: kfa<at>acadon.de
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