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Get the recognition you deserve

When you announce your Microsoft partnership, clients listen. Partners enjoy nearly 20 percent higher margins over those using other technologies.

"The quickest, most efficient way to achieve success is through the Microsoft Partner Network."

– Laurent Dehasse, Head of Sales & Partnership, Vigiglobe

Why branding is key to the Microsoft Partner relationship

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Consistency means quality

Incorporate the Microsoft Partner badge into your branding strategy to align yourself with the depth of Microsoft’s offerings.

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Alignment leads to opportunity

Create a unified brand for partners to reinforce the expertise and trust that defines your relationship with your customers.

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Branding creates differentiation

Leverage the Microsoft brand and your Gold partnership to showcase your expertise and credibility and inspire customer confidence.

Select your partner level below to create your custom badge

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Gold partners can officially use the Microsoft logo with the Gold Competencies they’ve achieved.

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Silver partners can use the Microsoft name with the Silver Competencies they’ve achieved.

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Action Pack members can use the Microsoft name in their branding.

Learn the ins and outs of implementing the Microsoft Partner brand.

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Frequently asked questions

If you’re unclear on when and how to use the badge, refer to these resources from Microsoft Legal. When in doubt, just use the Microsoft Partner Network badge rather than any product logo so we can maintain one cohesive voice.

Q. Can we use another Microsoft product logo with our badge?

A. The official answer is no. Unless you have a specific contract set up with Microsoft and are given permission, we suggest you only use this badge for your official association to Microsoft.