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Microsoft unveils reseller event

16 Mar 2010

Microsoft New Zealand will host a unique event for resellers called Tour 2010 in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch next month.

Microsoft said that the event will give resellers the opportunity to, “Discover the benefits and value of Microsoft Office 2010, and how this next wave of Business Productivity software will deliver greater collaboration, efficiency, insight and mobility for New Zealand businesses.

“Learn how to use the newest Office 2010 additions – The top features will be showcased and resellers will have an opportunity to test the product for themselves.”

There will be two separate sessions at each event, sales training and technical training, with both targeted specifically to Microsoft resellers (VARS and System Builders). 

“These events will help our reseller partners get a firm grip on the ins and outs of Office 2010, and how it will benefit their customers,” says Anne Taylor, Information Worker Business Group Lead for Microsoft New Zealand.

Event dates are:

Thursday 8th April, 2010 – Christchurch Convention Centre, Christchurch

Tuesday 13th April, 2010 – Te Papa, Wellington

Thursday 15th April, 2010 – Heritage Hotel, Auckland

Last week Microsoft announced the release date for Office 2010, which will be available first to business customers on May 13th before being available online and on retail shelves in June for consumers.

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