Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Calendar Memo: Erick Simpson on Selling Security as a Managed Service

Tuesday March 17th - 9am PST

says Erick:

    This Webinar will focus on diving into one of your prospects' and clients' key hot buttons - security. We'll discuss how to message and position security as a lead topic in your marketing efforts, and how to deliver it as a managed service to maximize your profitability. Our special guest will be Michele D'Amour, Project Manager, Microsoft Security Software Advisor Program, who will share special incentives to help you earn rebates as high as 30% when including specific Microsoft products in your security solutions.

    Click here to register!

    About MSP University's State of the Industry Webinar Series

    MSP University's State of the Industry Webinar Series is meant to inform. The more you know about your industry, the products and services available to you and your clients, and how to market and sell those products and services, the greater your opportunities to increase your value to your clients, as well as your business success.

    About Erick Simpson

    Vice President and CIO of Intelligent Enterprise, a Gold Certified Microsoft Partner, and MSP University, Erick is a recognized industry expert and IT and Managed Services author, speaker and trainer, and contributor to numerous industry publications and events. Author of "The Guide to a Successful Managed Services Practice - What Every SMB IT Service Provider Should Know...", the definitive book on Managed Services, and the follow-ups in MSP University's Managed Services Series "The Best I.T. Sales & Marketing BOOK EVER!" and "The Best I.T. Service Delivery BOOK EVER!", Erick has also co-authored the HTG publication "Peer Power - Powerful Ideas for Partners from Peers".

    About Michele D'Amour

    Michele D'Amour is the project manager for the Microsoft Security Software Advisor program. She has worked in several partner-facing roles while a full-time employee and now as a vendor for Microsoft; she also managed the Symbol Technologies / Motorola marketing alliance relationship with Microsoft in 2006 and 2007.


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