On Friday, February 23, 2018, the IAMCP-US announced “a new slate of leaders for 2018.”According to a press release from the IAMCP Marketing Communications team, “The new IAMCP-US board of directors has a combined 90+ years of Microsoft experience spanning Dynamics, Office 365 and Azure.”
Among these newly-appointed leaders, is Queue Associates‘ Managing Director, Jeffrey Goldstein, who has been named IAMCP US President. Jeff stated, as indicated in a pull quote from the release, ” ‘…There is a significant opportunity for partners in the Microsoft partner ecosystem. I look forward to helping IAMCP members understand the opportunities and to working together in partner-to-partner efforts.’ – Jeffrey Goldstein, incoming president.”
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SEATTLE (PRWEB) February 23, 2018 — The International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners US Team, the IAMCP-US, is announcing an update to the board with the installation of a new slate of leaders for 2018 with a new president, vice president, and secretary. As the organization continues to transform to meet the needs of the members and to adapt to the Microsoft Partner community, several leaders are taking on new roles. We congratulate them and thank them for their service and commitment to the partner community.
The duties and responsibilities for these roles on the board will continue to serve IAMCP members and Microsoft partners in the United States.
Congratulations to Jeffrey Goldstein and David Gersten. They have been appointed to the roles of president and vice president, respectively. Additionally, congratulations to Tom Major and Debra Pfundstein. They have been appointed to the roles of treasurer and secretary, respectively. We also recognize and thank outgoing president Randy Steinle for his commitment to the partner community.
Mr. Goldstein is the managing director at Queue Associates, Inc., a privately held Microsoft Gold Certified Partner specializing in Microsoft Dynamics. Goldstein has been a longtime supporter of the IAMCP and has served in several roles on the US and International IAMCP board of directors.
As part of his role, Mr. Goldstein will be leading the 38 chapters across the United States to help ensure Microsoft partners get the information they need to connect, learn and grow their businesses.
“As the incoming president, I am looking forward to continuing the great momentum the board has begun. I look forward to taking on this responsibility and to meeting IAMCP members and growing the member base,” said Goldstein. “With the changes Microsoft has made in the One Commercial Partner (OCP) organization, there is a significant opportunity for partners in the Microsoft partner ecosystem. I look forward to helping IAMCP members understand the opportunities and to working together in partner-to-partner efforts. I encourage current and potential Microsoft partners to join us and become part of the global IAMCP community.”
“As the outgoing president, I want to congratulate the incoming president, Jeffrey Goldstein, and wish him well in carrying on this incredibly rewarding role,” said Randy Steinle. “I was honored and privileged to meet with and help numerous partners and Microsoft contacts in my tenure. The future is bright for Microsoft partners and the IAMCP.”
David Gersten will be taking on the role of vice president. In this role he will take on some of the duties and responsibilities of the president during absences. He will also take on the responsibility of ensuring the rest of the board and the 38 chapters have the support they need to operate efficiently while serving the IAMCP members.
Tom Major will be continuing in the role of treasurer, a role he has held for several years. The IAMCP thanks Mr. Major for his time and commitment to ensure continuity with the operational and financial elements of the organization.
Debra Pfundstein will be taking on the role of secretary. We look forward to her energy, commitment to partners, and ability to take charge and get things done.
Welcome to the new slate of leaders.
If you are a Microsoft partner, or thinking of becoming one, we want to talk with you. Our goal at the IAMCP is to help partners to maximize their engagement with Microsoft and with other partners. We encourage you to attend a local chapter meeting in your area. You can find more about chapter meetings on the IAMCP-US.org Calendar.
From experience we know that a strong local IAMCP chapter leads to a lot of partner and customer success. We look forward to helping a lot of new and existing Microsoft partners in 2018 and we encourage them to join the IAMCP so that we can Connect, Learn, and Grow their businesses.
About the IAMCP
The International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners (IAMCP) represents Microsoft’s best of breed partners from around the globe. Our organization was formed in 1994 and provides Microsoft Partners a voice into Microsoft programs, to the IT community at large, as well as a vehicle to facilitate mutual growth and business development among partners. The non-profit organization is operated by an annually elected board of directors and is funded through membership fees and sponsor grants. For more details.
The IAMCP – United States has over 38 chapters throughout the continental United States. Through membership meetings, social networking events and local websites, IAMCP – United States chapters link members with each other and with industry news from Microsoft. When you join an IAMCP – US chapter, you’re on your way to accessing networking capabilities and skill sets normally limited to only big-name consultancies. For information about joining the IAMCP, see the Join Us page – https://iamcp.site-ym.com/general/register_member_type.asp?
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