Here we go again, pumped for another epic Microsoft WPC!

Well here we go again, one of my favorite conferences on the annual calendar. This Saturday I will jump on a plane and head to Washington DC to attend my 12th Microsoft WPC. This promises not to be like any WPC from the past. This WPC will introduce Satya Nadella as the new Microsoft CEO with a new vision and leadership style. It’s an exciting time for Microsoft and it is most certainly a very exciting time to be a Microsoft partner.

One similarity I am seeing to past years is the break neck pace of meetings, sessions, receptions, and parties that prove to be so important to building new alliances. Having the opportunity to connect with old friends, current collegues, and new partners is what keeps me so jazzed up about this event year in and year out. I am sure this snap shot of my calendar is familiar to a lot of you who are lucky enough to be attending - 13 meetings in one day seems to be the norm at WPC!  And thus, the reason we have espresso!

Since last WPC, Sitrion has completed an acquisition which enables us to modernize the SAP HR environment in Office365 and boost productivity by mobilizing all business processes across any device on Azure. This move has thrust Sitrion into a strong alliance position with Microsoft and we are really looking forward to working together to help solve our joint customer challenges in the year ahead.


If you are at WPC in DC next week, please swing by the Sitrion cocktail reception to learn more about our offerings and how we're looking to revolutionize the way employees get work done with Microsoft and our partners. The reception will take place on July 14 from 5:30 - 7:30pm. Registration is still open so sign up today and be sure to attend so you can get your cool little Sitrion ONE worker minion with its own surprise inside!


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Eric Adams, VP, Business Development

Eric came to Sitrion after spending over 13 years working at Microsoft.

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