What’s new for Microsoft partners: April 2022 edition


As we move further into 2022, we’ve rounded up some of the top news for partners from the past few months. We’re continuing to evolve and improve the partner ecosystem, making changes in response to partner feedback and creating new opportunities for customers:


General Partner Network Updates

Redesigned partner incentives website: We've transformed our partner incentives content on the Microsoft Partner website to match our revamped approach to incentives, now based on solution area and customer lifecycle activities.


New Windows 365 resources: We believe Windows 365 and the Cloud PC are the future of work, and have launched new resources to help partners deliver a complete endpoint solution with all the latest capabilities.


Updated pricing for Microsoft 365 for nonprofits: We are updating the nonprofit prices of five Office 365 and Microsoft 365 products on September 1st, 2022. These changes will not impact any of our existing nonprofit cloud grants. More information is available in the Microsoft 365 nonprofit pricing partner FAQ to assist in defining next steps with nonprofit customers.


Appointment scheduling of support requests: As Rodney Clark shared at last year’s Inspire conference (and at the top of the year), we’re committed to strengthening our digital capability. In March, we made it easier for you to connect with support agents at a time convenient for you through scheduled appointments.


Investing in Black partners through the Black Partner Growth Initiative (BGPI): As part of February’s Black History Month celebration, we spotlighted a few members from our BGPI community who have helped shape this initiative while growing their businesses.


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