The Microsoft Partner community is full of opportunity, opportunity to share experiences, learn from our peers and team up with one of the leaders in the global IT community. The International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners helps to make that happen.
St. Catharines, ON Apr. 12, 2012 – The International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners (IAMCP) has served Microsoft Partners around the globe for many years. Its provision of peer sharing, networking, education and advocacy for its members is an essential service.
Ulistic, a registered Microsoft Partner in St. Catharines, Ontario helps IT service organizations focus on success through sales and business development consulting, marketing execution services and CEO leadership consulting. As a member of the IAMCP, Ulistic can continue its practice of helping managed IT services providers, IT consulting firms and Microsoft Partners around the world build successful businesses.
Ulistic Chief Strategist Stuart Crawford sat as the President of IAMCP Canada in 2007. He held the position until his departure from Calgary-based IT services organization IT Matters in November 2008. During his tenure, Crawford introduced many concepts to help Microsoft Partners engage with Microsoft to achieve mutual benefits.
“We are so honoured to be part of IAMCP once again,” said Crawford. “Every Microsoft Partner, large and small, needs to be part of this organization. The IAMCP is here to support partners, and we are proud to be included.”
To learn more about the IAMCP in Canada visit https://www.iamcp.ca or https://www.iamcp.org.
To learn more about how Ulistic can help your Microsoft Partner business with sales consulting, marketing support and business coaching visit https://www.ulsitic.com.
Stuart Crawford serves as Creative Director and CEO with Sebring, FL and Fort Erie, ON-based Ulistic, a specialty MSP Marketing firm focused on information technology marketing and business development. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience pertaining to how technology business owners and IT firms can use marketing as a vehicle to obtain success.