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Microsoft Shifts Partner Executives

Margo Day, the leader of the U.S. Partner Group since September 2001, is moving into an alternate role in the Small and Mid-Market Solutions and Partners organization.

Effective July 1, Day will become Regional Vice President of the West Region for the Small and Mid-Market Solutions and Partners organization.

Robert Deshaies, a 12-year Microsoft veteran and current Regional Vice President of East Region Small and Mid-Market Solutions and Partners organization, will take over for Day.

Matt Pease, Regional Vice President of West Region Small and Mid-Market Solutions and Partners organization, is moving to the role of Region Vice President – Services.

Dave Willis, Vice President, Small and Mid-Market Solutions and Partners, Microsoft Canada Co., has accepted a new role as Regional Vice President of East Region Small and Mid-Market Solutions and Partners organization.

In a statement announcing the changes, a Microsoft spokesperson said, “Microsoft is tapping into the skills of the leadership team and cross-pollinating the organization with expertise and experience.”

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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