The director of a south west IT company has been invited to speak at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) in the USA next month.
Andy Trish of Penryn-based NCI Technologies has been asked by the software giant to take the stage in Washington DC, where he will be addressing approximately 11,000 Microsoft Partners and staff from across the globe to speak about Microsoft Licensing and Small Business Server.
Being the only Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional) in the south west and one of only two Microsoft Small Business Server MVP’s in the UK, Trish will also be attending a variety of meetings during the week-long conference to help guide Microsoft’s investment into Small Business technologies.
He said “I feel extremely privileged to have been asked to speak at the WPC, this will be the fourth time I have presented at this conference. The major topic at this year’s event is that Microsoft are changing the way they partner with other IT companies, I am looking forward to using my experience and advising businesses on this complex process and the changes that will be happening.”