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Microsoft has a new leader of its
ISV Connect program for vendors selling into the Dynamics 365 and
Power Platform customer base, but the program and its goals for
partners will remain steady in Microsoft's new fiscal year.
ISV Connect was conceived of under the leadership of Steven
"Guggs" Guggenheimer, the veteran Microsoft executive who took on
the role of leading Dynamics 365 and Power Platform ISV engagement
in the business applications space. But as Guggenheimer prepares to
leave Microsoft for other roles, another company veteran, Toby
Bowers, has taken over the role.
In a recent
interview with Microsoft MVP Steve Mordue, Bowers explained
that the ISV Connect program's approach and long-term goals will
remain largely unchanged under his leadership. Bowers has been
focused on Dynamics partner channel strategy and programs,
among other duties, for several years, so the new role will be
closely tied to his recent work. He explained:
Business Applications communities