SkyKick Accelerates Office 365 Migrations for Microsoft Partners
By Craig Galbraith
May 13, 2014 - News
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Microsoft and SkyKick are out with a new program designed to make Office 365 deployment projects easier and more profitable for Microsoft’s partners.

Dubbed “Turbo," the program uses SkyKick’s migration suite to automate almost the whole project, from the initial sale to Outlook setup. The companies say that partners can earn up to $10,000 — the more they sell and migrate, the more money they make.

Registration is free and takes less than a minute. You are automatically enrolled and have instant access to start your migration project. You just need your customer’s email address and password; the SkyKick application does the rest, the company says. It takes about 15 minutes to create a migration plan.

“We started with SkyKick just a short time ago, and have utilized the solution for every Office 365 migration we have done since. We will exceed 200 mailboxes in just a few short weeks, and hope to double or triple that within a month or two," said Jamison West, CEO, Arterian, as quoted on the SkyKick website. “The value is incredible."

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