Vuzion at Microsoft GEPS

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Microsoft's belief that "technology can inspire creativity in today’s classrooms," forms the basis of their products and service offerings for schools and college and their Education Partner Programme.

And GEPS, Microsoft’s Global Education Partner Summit 2018 – which this year is to be held in Seattle, United States, Sunday 4 to Tuesday 6 February 2018 – is the annual forum created to enable education partners to spend one-on-one time with Microsoft, industry experts, and other education partners.

Ian Hill, Vuzion Channel Education Business Manager, will be representing Vuzion at GEPS, and says, "I'm delighted to have been invited to attend the Microsoft education partner summit. This is a fantastic opportunity to hear from Microsoft about the details of their education strategy for the coming year, as well as to meet up with education partners.

 “While in Seattle, I’m looking forward to meeting up with other partners, and will also be feeding back to those unable to attend on the news and views.

“And, of course if you’re not attending GEPS, but would like to talk through the benefits of the Microsoft CSP (Cloud Solution Provider) Programme for Microsoft education partners, do also please get in contact. As Vuzion is an authorised Microsoft Education Indirect Provider and AEP Gold Partner we can offer new and existing partners advice and assistance.

“The Vuzion website also has further information about the Microsoft Education Partner Programme, Vuzion as a Microsoft Education Indirect Provider, and the Microsoft CSP programme.”

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