Tech Data Offers Dedicated Support to Microsoft Partner Association
International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners is primary networking vehicle for vendors partners worldwide.
Tech Data Corp. said recently that it will provide dedicated support and certain benefits to members of the International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners (IAMCP), a 37-chapter, U.S.-based organization through which the vendors resellers network with one another to leverage expertise to deliver better customer solutions.
The distributor said that to assist IAMCP members not qualified to receive dedicated Microsoft support it has opened a toll free number and will waive its new account fees. Partners calling the support line will a Tech Data staffed Microsoft-dedicated support team which will provide assistance on SMB-related issues.
Tech Data is proud to partner with the IAMCP and help its members grow their businesses through best-in-class solutions like StreamOne Software License Selector and TDCloud Academy, said Tiffany Embry, Tech Data director, Software Product Marketing.
I strongly believe in the purpose of the IAMCP and am very confident that Tech Data can provide value to its membership across the country through our active participation in various chapter events, our highly-skilled Microsoft support team, our broad product offering, and our dedication to the success of our channel partners.
Kerry Gerontianos, IAMCP president, U.S. region, said that the organization has never had this kind of dedicated support for IAMCP members from a distributor before, and we look forward to working with Tech Data to help resellers find the specific Microsoft solutions they need to grow their businesses, as well as helping to grow membership in our organization.
The IAMCP offers members partner-to-partner networking, advocacy, community, and education.
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