To help accelerate customer success with Microsoft 365 Content Services, powered by Microsoft 365 , Project Cortex, and SharePoint, we launched the Microsoft 365 Content Services Partner Program to support our partners delivering solutions that make the transformation of your content management approach practical and attainable.
The FY2020 charter members of the Microsoft 365 Content Services Partner Program are listed below and on the Partners page, along with case studies that showcase their expertise and success.
Our charter partners are being recognized for their proven success in high-impact scenarios and workloads, including the following:
Helping plan for new systems and improvements to existing systems
Installing new systems, including planning, deployment, training, and support
Moving systems from one operating environment to Microsoft 365
Updating processes and workflows so they align with a desired future state
Gathering, organizing, sharing, and analyzing an organization’s tacit and explicit knowledge in terms of resources, documents, and people skills
Managing regulatory and product control information, company policies, and records throughout their lifecycle
Digitizing paper and electronic records, validating data, and more
Providing devices that integrate physical and image processing with Microsoft 365 Content Services
Workloads not caught by the other categories, such as Data Quality and Viewers
To qualify for the Microsoft 365 Content Services Partner Program, partners must have members in good standing of the Microsoft Partner Network, experience supporting the workloads above, and focus on key industries.
As part of the Microsoft 365 Content Services Partner Program, charter members are able to work with Microsoft to develop solutions that put customer needs at the center. You can recognize a Microsoft 365 Content Services charter partner by the use of the Microsoft Content Services Partner logo.
Registration and onboarding
Applications for the Microsoft 365 Content Services Partner Program are open now. Organizations are invited to apply for one of three partner levels: associate, charter, or preferred. To express your interest in the program, complete the Microsoft 365 Content Services Partner Program application form by August 31, 2020.
On Tuesday, August 4, at 8am PDT, we held an office hours call (view recording) where we walked through the program, benefits, requirements, and application process. More details about the partner program are available in the Microsoft 365 Content Services Partner Program overview deck.
On August 17-19, 8am PDT, we're holding a training series for partners on Knowledge and Insights, Project Cortex technical details, and Microsoft field engagements. Register for the training by August 13, 11:59pm PDT. Attendees will need to be members of a registered Microsoft partner and under NDA. We plan to continue to deliver this training periodically throughout the year.