WPC 2016 Notebook: A look back at 11 big stories for Microsoft Dynamics partners
As a longtime WPC-observer with a perspective geared toward Microsoft Dynamics, I'd like to share some of my initial impressions on this year's WPC 2016 in Toronto and highlight some of the important trends you'll find more detailed analysis of in this year's WPC Business Report for Dynamics partners.
These are among the most important stories - and questions - coming out of WPC 2016:
- The overall focus on this WPC event was on Digital Transformation. Important for both big and small companies. For companies both in mature countries as in emerging countries. And of course also important for both Microsoft and her partner organizations!
- Every single partner should consider where they are today in this transformation process. The ones that haven't started yet have no time to lose. And the ones that have already made a start should consider speeding up. Microsoft tends to support the more innovative and cloud-ready partners over the remaining partners. So make sure you're don't get left alone!
- Microsoft is broadly
perceived as being back at the top of the industry. During the event,
we saw an impressive stream of innovations and new products. Over the last
week, many people talked about Microsoft as "the world's biggest
start-up". Or as Tim ...
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