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Microsoft Inspire 2018: What to expect from

Microsoft Inspire 2018: What to expect from

Pelli Papoulidou explains what the Microsoft partner will be showcasing at the event

Caspar Herzberg |

This year we really have pulled out all the stops to make Microsoft Inspire the event of the year for our prospects and clients. Magic is the theme – and we invite you to see for yourself the magic of our award-winning platform.

With just a few days to go, we are putting the finishing touches on how to welcome and inspire our customers and prospects, which include Microsoft cloud solution providers (CSPs), distributors, and software vendors.

Inspire is the largest Microsoft partner event of the year, bringing together all the key players and experts, including senior Microsoft executives, in the cloud ecosystem. Over three days, these experts network, present and debate – inspiring each other, exploring new Microsoft opportunities, and pushing the boundaries of what’s possible for their customers in digital transformation.

We’ll be showcasing how we are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible for our customers. First up, head for the stand (Booth 1206) at the show in the Mandalay Bay Convention Center. Here, a warm, personal welcome awaits all customers and prospects and we’ll be offering one-to-one sessions to understand their business needs. Attendees can also book a live demo to see exactly what the platform can do. For the goal is simple: to convince attendees that its unique, award-winning CSP automation platform will make provisioning and running your cloud business a cinch.

On Tuesday July 17, customers and prospects will be able join at a VIP partner celebration at Top Golf Las Vegas. Here, guests will be treated with top-class cocktails, some great Vegas food, and as much golf as they can manage… and that might be quite a lot, with golf pros on hand to make sure their swing is spot on.

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