WPC is right around the corner


We are within striking distance of the next Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference. Also, known as WPC. We are just 174 days away and preparations are in full swing to bring another great event together.

2014 will bring 15,000+ people to Washington, DC this July,

Four Big Megatrends of WPC

  1. A New CEO
  2. Microsoft’s own IT Megatrends of The Four Pillars
  3. IAMCP
  4. The Social Hub

You can read more about these in my Pre-Day 274 post here --- I’m calling this WPC The Biggest WPC Ever

Who Should Attend? Anyone that works in, or is interested in, the Microsoft Partner Ecosystem.

When Should Plans Be Made? The simple answer is … NOW!

What can attendees expect to see, learn and do? There will be a lot of networking, learning and getting to know all about Microsoft’s plans from their new CEO and how Microsoft will continue to transform as a Devices & Services company. There is also a new Channel Chief in Phil Sorgen and, of course, there will be new product announcements as well as the usual parties in the evenings.

imageIf you are ready to get started you can register here.

I hope to see you there. Look me up. I’ll be at the Microsoft Social Hub, at the IAMCP booth and going to sessions and, of course, attending parties in the evenings. Look me up before you go so we can plan time to meet. My contact details are below. See you in DC. 

PS - That 174 Day countdown is a Windows Phone app called Daycounter.
If you want it click here.


Jeff is a expert in the Enterprise Content Management industry. He is an international speaker and writer on the Intersection of People and Process in Social, Mobile and Cloud Computing. He is a contributing author to Elite Daily and to the Personal Branding Blog. Over the past 20 years he has worked with customers and partners to design, develop and deploy solutions around the world. He has worked for Microsoft, FileNet (IBM), K2, Captaris, Open Text, Kofax, Kodak and Winshuttle. Currently he is the Director of Strategic Alliances and Gimmal.

Follow him on
Twitter, check my blog, send email or find me on Facebook, LinkedIn or Google+