New Webinars - Cloud Profitability Resource Series

By Kristen Larsen on Aug 29, 2016

In our recent State of the Office 365 SMB Cloud study, we found that 92.5% of businesses with under 250 employees have yet to move to Office 365 in the cloud. The IDC has even predicted that the greater cloud market is forecasted to be $500B by 2020*. Clearly there is still a massive opportunity for IT Solution providers in the cloud.  At SkyKick, not only are we committed to providing our partners with great technology and tools, but also insights and education that can help inform you along the path to cloud readiness and to be a success in the growing cloud sector. 

As part of our commitment to you, we are excited to introduce a new series of webinars for partners to help you build cloud profitability.  Our series will bring you key learnings from our successful partners and actionable steps across different aspects of your business.  We’ll share technical tips, marketing wisdom and business insights on a weekly basis over the next few months.

Upcoming topics will include:

  • Scoping an Office 365 Migration
  • Data Loss Happens – So how do you reduce the time, stress and money involved with Data Restoration?
  • Writing an SOW:  What to Consider for Your Customer When Using SkyKick Technology
  • Bundling Cloud Offerings & How to Sell Them
  • Mastering Top-of-Funnel Lead Generation Using Inbound Marketing

We look forward to having you join us in our Cloud Profitability Resource Series.  The webinars are free for SkyKick Partners (Not a SkyKick Partner?  Register now to join our conversations!) and can be found in our Help Center. 

For more information and how to register, click below

Register for the Webinar

 

*Source: IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Cloud 2016 Predictions — Mastering the Raw Material of Digital Transformation, doc #259840, November 2015



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