Business apps are usually no code solutions, assembled by “makers” (power users or developers). In Microsoft 365, business apps are usually built with tools including lists, PowerApps, Flow, Microsoft Forms, and/or Power BI.
We’ve heard from hundreds of partners this year asking for increased support as we deliver the next generation of business apps with Microsoft 365 to our customers. Last month at Ignite 2018, we announced the initial members of the SharePoint Business Applications partner program.
We received hundreds of applications last summer, but unfortunately were not able to accept everyone. Our initial pool of partners was selected based on proven customer success, as shared in our case studies.
Partners selected to participate in the program will receive numerous benefits, including:
We are accepting a second and final wave of applications from now through November 10, 2018 for the 2018-2019 program year. With the registration deadline approaching, Microsoft is urging interested partners to register for the program now.
This is a competitive program, with a limited number of slots available. Some quick guidance about our criteria:
Full details, along with terms and conditions of the program are available on the registration form.
If you’re interested in learning about the program, visit our program page SharePoint Business Applications Partner Program. Applications will run through November 10th. Don’t miss out!
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