Microsoft extends Fast Track program for Windows 10 and Dynamics 365
In an effort to expand its cloud products business furthermore, Microsoft has announced a major update for its FastTrack program. Yes, beginning today, customers can use Fast Track program for migrating to Windows 10 and Dynamics 365. Earlier, the program was available only for Office 365 and EMS customers, the new expansion covers both Windows 10 and Dynamics 365. The new scheme will enable the software giant to connect with a wider range of customers.
Fast Track for Windows 10 and Dynamics 365
FastTrack for Windows 10 and Dynamics 365 will be rolled out via qualified partners’, and not the FastTrack Center. The partners will offer all the required resources and tools to support onboarding and user adoption. While in the preview, all eligible customers can request onboarding assistance through their certified Microsoft partner or their Microsoft account team at http://fasttrack.microsoft.com.
The transition will be completed in three phases: envision, onboard, and drive value. ‘
Envision – Covers planning process, where customers can conduct a deployment assessment and explore various options.
Onboard’ phase – Users can request a ‘qualified partner’, which as highlighted above can help to build a success plan for Windows 10.
Drive value – This mode will help businesses to get the maximum out of the OS.
For users not aware about Microsoft Fast track, it provides customers and Microsoft partners with the essential tools, resources, and guidance needed to help them move to Microsoft technologies like Office 365 and EMS.
Apart from this, it simplifies deployment, provides greater opportunities for customer success and helps generate new business opportunities for partners through value added services.
In short, the service connects customers to engineering resources, partner incentives, tools, and content to ensure a successful rollout of Microsoft products which is critical to gaining customer confidence and deliver the best customer experience possible.
A post-graduate in Biotechnology, Hemant switched gears to writing about Microsoft technologies and has been a contributor to TheWindowsClub since then. When he is not working, you can usually find him out traveling to different places or indulging himself in binge-watching.