Setting up a BPOS account


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Rob Waggoner

I took a few minutes to record a brief screen cast on setting up a Microsoft Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS) account.  I start with setting up a 30 day trial account and then walk through upgrading the trial account to a full subscription account.  If you haven’t looked into BPOS, then please take a few minutes to look at the capabilities BPOS provides here: 

www.quickstartonlineservices.com

For assistance on setting up your trial account, check out my video here:

You can signup for BPOS from the following URL:

http://www.microsoft.com/bpos

As a partner, you can review all of the online services and resources available.  This site provides demos, presentations, datasheets and more…

www.quickstartonlineservices.com

And we just announced that we’re increasing our margins for our partners selling BPOS:

 

Microsoft doubling BPOS initial margins for top US partners

http://blogs.technet.com/b/uspartner_ts2team/archive/2010/09/20/microsoft-doubling-bpos-initial-margins-for-top-us-partners.aspx

 

Until next time,

Rob

Comments (1)

  1. Jim says:

    Rob, I really wish I had seen your video before I sold my first subscription, it would have made things a little easier. Good job on your walk through. Thanks, jclark at linearnet.com