CRN Q&A: Partnering for profitability

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Microsoft's Simon Gautrey and Outsourcery's Simon Howitt talk about the importance of collaboration in the Microsoft Partner Network

CRN editor Sara Yirrell talks to Simon Gautrey, cloud lead at Microsoft and Simon Howitt, channel director at Outsourcery.

In this video, commissioned by Microsoft, hear an update on the Microsoft Partner Network and how a partner like Outsourcery has taken advantage of the collaboration opportunities within the programme to really boost their reach and profitability.

For more information visit the Microsoft web site by clicking here.

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