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Microsoft U.S. Partner Teams: Information, resources, and how to connect

Are you a Microsoft partner located in the United States and looking to connect with the U.S. Partner Team on a more consistent basis? If so, then here are some resources you will want to utilize in order to do so.

The first important thing to know is that the U.S. is broken up into three separate regions: East, West, and Central, and there is a team that works inside each of those regions. Not sure which region you are a part of? No problem, let me help you by showing you how they break out and several of the resources available to partners within each:

U.S. West Region


U.S. Central Region


U.S. East Region


In addition to the regional teams, the U.S. also has a team covering the entire U.S. (the team I used to be on). Here are some of the resources available from the U.S. Partner Team that you should be aware of and connecting with:

By the way, want an easy way to get the latest from all three of the regional team blogs, the U.S. Partner Team blog, the U.S. Partner Team Twitter account, the TS/2 team blog, and more U.S. Partner resources in one single place that goes wherever you do? It’s all included in the Microsoft Partner Info mobile app under the “Countries” section by clicking on “U.S. Partner.” image

Did you find this information helpful? If so, you may want to make sure you are utilizing all of the areas I share information online, such as: my Facebook page, my Twitter account, my Linkedin account, and my blog. Plus, you can now get all of the latest Microsoft Partner Information right on your phone!

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