Washington, DC, July 14, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Smart Questions Limited today announced the public availability of the updated version of “Thinking of…Selling Microsoft Online Services? Ask the Smart Questions.” The authors, Frank Bennett and Dan Lewis have worked with the Microsoft Online Services team to bring the book up to date with the latest news and announcements. This has been done whilst staying true to the spirit of the Smart Questions brand and understanding that smart people want smart questions not dumb answers.
Frank Bennett says “The growth of the market for cloud services is explosive and Microsoft Online Services validates this market shift. Whilst many partners are embracing this opportunity, others are concerned about how this will impact their existing business. Dan and I are excited to be able to share the insights we have gained and help partners find their way to success.”
“Microsoft is making a huge investment in the cloud, and it is critical that our partners are part of this journey,” said Sassan Saedi, director of Partner Strategy for Online Services at Microsoft Corp. “This book recognizes that our partners are all different and need to identify with the cloud opportunity in a way that is right for their individual business.”
“We are excited to continue the growth of books available from Smart Questions and to further enhance our specialisation in the cloud space,” said Stephen Parker, Founder, Smart Questions. “By working with Microsoft, we are confident this book will help partners ease their decision making process when considering Microsoft Online Services.”
For more information:
Stephen Parker, Smart Questions Ltd,
+61 424 321748, email@example.com, www.smart-questions.com
Smart People want Smart Questions not Dumb Answers. So Smart Questions books deliberately do not provide generic answers. Instead they offer a comprehensive set of questions, from domain experts, that will enable the reader to find the answers that are right for them. Helping the reader to make the critical decisions.
“Judge a man by his questions rather than by his answers” Voltaire
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