Sales and Licensing Excellence Webcasts Featuring Real-Life Scenarios and Updates


As a product or license seller to customers in the public sector, it’s important for you to be current on the latest pricing updates, to anticipate real-life customer scenarios, and to know how to share about Microsoft business opportunities. Our Sales and Licensing Excellence webcasts for our public sector partners can help you acquire this information and have more effectual customer conversations. The webcasts range from 100- to 300-level and cover a variety of Microsoft products and technologies. In our live webcasts, you’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions to our experts.

You can view the current schedule and access recorded sessions anytime at https://aka.ms/lspwebcasts. We’ll also share them in the Training Recommendations Yammer group, include the listings on the Hot Sheet training schedule, and post updates on Twitter.

Schedule of Public Sector On Demand Webcasts:
SQL for Government Licensing Review and Best Practices (Level 200)
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Government (Level 100)
Microsoft Azure Government (Level 100-200)
Microsoft Azure Government Cloud Solutions Webcast and Executive Keynote (Level 100) 
Azure Government Licensing (Level 200-300)

New! Take the Sales Excellence Challenge

In addition to the sales and licensing updates you receive on our webcast series, preparing for and taking Sales Specialist assessments can round out your knowledge and improve your ability to talk with customers about Microsoft technologies.

Partners who both attend one of the webcasts posted on this blog post (live or on-demand) and pass an eligible Sales Specialist assessment between February 1 and April 30 will be entered* into a drawing for one of three Surface Pro 3 tablets. You can view offer details and links to the assessments after February 1 at https://aka.ms/saleschallenge.

*No purchase necessary. Open only to legal residents of the 50 U.S. + DC 18+ with an active MPN ID. Game ends 4/30/15. Official rules.


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