AssureSign has been a proud member of Microsoft’s partner-led community for nearly a decade. While our involvement with this community produces many lucrative opportunities… it’s through fostering partner relationships that we’ve recognized the role that partnership and partner diversity play in generating mutual success.
Cultivating Partnership through Relationship
The “Partnerships within Communities & Diversity” session at the 2017 Collab365 Global Conference highlights the correlation between building business relationships and success in professional ventures. Moreover, the on-demand session–available for viewing below–hosts a Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) panel, which focuses on the prosperity that inclusion and appreciation of diversity in thought and expression bring to professional partnerships.
The two-part session focuses on Microsoft’s logic behind community infrastructure, and how partnerships within its ecosystem open doors for Microsoft MVPs and Community Leaders. CIOs, COOs, CFOs, CMOs, CTOs, consultants, end users, IT managers, IT pros, and power users can expect applicable take-aways that lend benefit to partnering efforts within their go-to-market strategy.
The on-demand session describes:
How partnerships within communities promote growth
How diversity propels growth and development
Microsoft’s take on communities and how they’re driving the company forward
More from the Collab365 Virtual Conference
Michelle joined 120 other speakers from around the world at the Collab365’s 2017 annual conference. Ranging from market leaders to business owners to Microsoft productivity gurus, speakers and their respective sessions aimed to educate audiences on the role collaboration has played for both their own and Microsoft’s success.
Additionally, many of the conference’s on-demand sessions offer insight on furthering use case and functionality of popular Microsoft applications, such as SharePoint, Office 365, Flow, PowerApps, Azure, and OneDrive for Business.
📢 UPDATE: December 28, 2017 – This article was updated since its original publish date for freshness and relevancy.