Become a Dynamics 365 Partner in 10 steps
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If you have an interest in selling or delivering Microsoft Dynamics 365 products and solutions, you should become a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Partner.
This will enable you to sell Dynamics 365 licenses, as well as get access to many key resources which are essential to implementing your solutions (including Dynamics training, sales and marketing tools).
If you are new to Microsoft Dynamics or to Microsoft Partner programs, the process to becoming a Dynamics 365 Partner can seem a bit overwhelming. Where do you even begin?
You’re going to need to learn not only how to register yourself as a Partner, but also how to get access to all the resources necessary to building a successful Dynamics 365 practice.
As we know how important it is to get this process right, we have prepared a free guide that will tell you exactly what you should do if you want to become a successful Dynamics 365 Partner.
In 10 easy steps, you will learn what options are available to you if you want to sell or deliver Dynamics 365 solutions, and what online resources will bring the most value to your new Dynamics practice.
Become a Dynamics 365 Partner in 10 steps
In order to build and grow your Dynamics 365 practice, you will need to follow a 10-step process.
You can use this checklist to ensure that you have taken care of all the essential areas of setting yourself up as a Dynamics 365 Partner.
1 – Become a Microsoft Partner: before you become a Dynamics 365 Partner, you first need to register as a Microsoft Partner.
2 – Sign the right commercial agreement: there are many ways in which you can engage with Microsoft as a Dynamics 365 Partner, depending on what services you wish to deliver to your customers.
3 – Register to Microsoft PartnerSource: PartnerSource is an essential online platform for Dynamics 365 Partners. It gives you access to a wealth of Dynamics professional resources which you will need in order to build a successful practice.
4 – Build your Dynamics 365 team: the success of your practice will be greatly impacted by the quality of your team. You’ll need to hire the right resources to support the services which you have decided to provide.
5 – Increase your Dynamics knowledge and skills: as a Dynamics 365 Partner, you will need access to a wide variety of Dynamics information. There are many websites that can help you to access product news, readiness guides, training courses, and more.
6 – Understand and build your Silver and Gold competencies: if you’d like for your expertise to be recognised, keep an eye on Microsoft’s Silver and Gold competency programs.
7 – Join the Microsoft Dynamics social community: it’s a great way to keep yourself aware of the latest product updates, but also to build and grow your Dynamics network.
8 – Find customers and sell your solutions: you will need the right tools and resources to find your customers (or to be found by them).
9 – Support your customers: it’s important to know how to provide support for your customers after you have delivered their Dynamics solution.
10 – Get recognition: the best way to help your practice grow is to make sure your great work gets recognised.
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