ATLANTA, GA– April 03, 2017– Created in 1994, the IAMCP has global chapters in Africa, Europe, Middle East, Asia, and America’s. Currently, there are 38 chapters in 36 cities across the U.S. and growing. IAMCP partners engage in over $10.2 billion annually of joint Partner-to-Partner business as ranked by IDC.
The Atlanta and Georgia IAMCP Chapter is comprised statewide of Microsoft VAR’s, ISV’s, WIT (Women in Technology) and affiliated technology companies. The Atlanta and Georgia IAMCP meets monthly to discuss marketplace, strategies, technology, networking, and meetings with Microsoft.
“Congratulations to the Atlanta Chapter for their recent success in revitalizing the membership and bringing value to the Atlanta and Georgia community.”
– Bruce Marshall Sr., Business Development Mgr. Microsoft.
“Atlanta and Georgia is a tech leader in incubating, developing, integrating, and selling innovative technology products and services. The goal of the Atlanta and Georgia IAMCP Chapter is to connect, come together, and work together in this marketplace.”
-EJ Harof – Vice President, IAMCP ATL and GA Chapter.
The Atlanta and Georgia IAMCP will be sponsoring an event at the Microsoft SMB Live Conference on April 11th and 12th at the Microsoft Regional Office in Alpharetta, GA. This event is free to attend.
For more information, go to: https://partner.microsoft.com/en-US/marketing/smblive
To join the Atlanta and Georgia IAMCP Chapter, please contact: