Since we started the Microsoft Content Services Partner Program last year, we’ve been steadily working with the program’s system integrators and ISVs to help our customers realize the value of Microsoft 365. The program’s charter partners help organizations around the globe deploy the innovative Microsoft Content Services platform that integrates AI and cognitive services with existing Office 365, SharePoint, and Microsoft Teams technologies.
From migrating customers off legacy platforms, to helping them implement and extend the capabilities of Microsoft Content Services, our partners work with our customers on a wide array of projects. This includes moving a large real estate developer from IBM FileNet to Office 365 to reduce licensing costs and increase collaboration; helping a university better manage compliance by moving from an on-premises solution to Office 365; and supporting a metropolitan government’s adoption of Microsoft Teams. Our partners have an abundance of innovative, and even inspiring projects they’ve been working on – which you can find in our Case Studies library.
We’re excited to add to our list of innovators, advisors, and integrators. In April we re-opened applications to broaden our array of partners and areas of expertise and were thrilled by the turnout. A select group of partners are being recognized as Charter Members of the program, along with the designation of “Microsoft Preferred.”
We are happy to introduce the FY20 charter members of the Microsoft Content Services Partner Program.
New charter members:
Continuing charter members:
Below is a sampling of the projects our charter members have recently performed to show you what’s possible with Microsoft Content Services:
To read more on the awesome work our partners have been doing, visit our Case Studies library on the Microsoft Tech Community Resource Center.
To learn more about the charter members of the Microsoft Content Services Partner Program, visit the new Partners page.
We look forward to sharing more of their customer successes throughout the course of FY20.
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