Partner Outreach event a massive success

Mondays Partner Outreach event with Jeff Middleton was a resounding success!    Since I am on catch up at the moment, I will simply post some of the attendees comments below which speak for themselves.


“I just wanted to say how impressed I was with the SBS Ireland group meeting in Microsoft on Tuesday.

As a courtesy to BSS, David encouraged us to bring a couple of BSS engineers along to see how the group operates. They were so impressed not only by the rich content of the presentations but also by the quality of speakers and by the number of attendees. The feedback from the engineers has been most encouraging.  I can only thank you, for the hospitality afforded by Microsoft Ireland during the event and also to say how refreshing and encouraging it is to meet with fellow Microsoft Partners who are as passionate about the implementation and deployment of Microsoft Solutions as we are at BSS.”



Just a short note to say what a great event! We need more like this!

Getting such a high profile presenter as Jeff Middleton was top notch. It’s a pleasure to get to see his highly acclaimed Swing Migration presentation. The location was great and the format of the event work very well, more interactive then some of the lecture style event.



Nick and Jeff’s presentations were great – entertaining and full of valuable info! I remember Harry Brelsford talking about Jeff’s Swing Migration Kit a few weeks ago, and singing its praises, I now know why.

 

  One Reply to “Partner Outreach event a massive success”

  1. October 11, 2007 at 1:45 pm

    It has been a long time coming but there is finally a follow up series to the Partner Outreach event. Tomorrow, 12th October there will be a Live Meeting presentation that will take up the afternoon, with three top presenters:
    Susanne Dansey
    Wayne Small
    Mark Mulvany

    We will be having these events every three months and build up to wards a full TechEd type event aimed for the SMB IT Consultant.
    But this is still early and all support os appreciated.

    David

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