FY19 has been a successful inaugural year for the Microsoft 365 Business Applications Partner Program (originally called the SharePoint Business Applications Partner Program). With an initial rollout at Inspire 2018 and a second wave of partners admitted in January 2019, we have a solid group of 26 Charter members and 9 Associate members – both SIs and ISVs – working with the Microsoft field to solve the common business process needs of our customers while extending the value of Microsoft 365.
From educating customers on how to best use Microsoft tools such as SharePoint, PowerApps, and Flow to simplifying business processes, and building custom solutions to improve workflows, partners in the Microsoft 365 Business Applications Partner Program are a select group of organizations around the globe who have demonstrated their expertise in providing the SharePoint business application solutions today’s customers need.
With FY19 coming to a close, we would like to extend the invite to our greater partner ecosystem to participate in this program. We’ll be accepting applications through May 31 for the Microsoft 365 Business Applications Partner Program for both charter and associate members.
If your organization has a focus on solving common business process needs using SharePoint, PowerApps, Flow, Power BI, and/or other modern Microsoft tools, you may be a great fit for the program. Fill out the FY20 application form to apply.
Program partners can receive the following benefits:
To apply for the program, partners are asked to submit the following:
Full details, along with terms and conditions of the program are available on the registration form. You can also learn more about the partner program, FY20 benefits, requirements, and application process, by participating in a conference call on Thursday, May 9 at 8 am PDT. Fill in this form by 8 pm PDT on Wednesday, May 8 to receive an invite.
For more information on the Microsoft 365 Business Applications partner program, visit our page at https://aka.ms/SPBizAppsProgram
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