List your app or company on Microsoft Enterprise industry pages.
As an app
1. Microsoft AppSource
To add your app to the Microsoft Enterprise website, you’ll first need to submit your app through Microsoft AppSource. Once the AppSource team validates that your solution meets the review criteria, they’ll reach out to you with next steps.
Want to learn more about AppSource? Watch this video to find out how enterprise customers use AppSource to discover and evaluate the right apps for their business needs. You can also familiarize yourself with Microsoft AppSource review guidelines before you submit. You can also list yourself as a partner.
Please read here to find out reasons why you should get your app listed on AppSource.
2. Industry and solution alignment
You should also make sure your app or company aligns to one or more of the Industry Categories included on Microsoft Enterprise. See below for more information about alignment.
As a partner
1. Microsoft Partner Network
To add your company to the Microsoft Enterprise website, you’ll first need to hold membership in the Microsoft Partnership Network (MPN). If you’re not already a member, join here using your Microsoft account.
2. MPN competencies
Next, achieve one or more of the 29 MPN competencies that are designed to help you meet your customers’ needs and stand out from your peers.
3. Industry and solution alignment
Lastly, make sure your company aligns with the industries and solutions included on Microsoft Enterprise. See below for more information about alignment.
Industry and solution alignment
1. Make sure your app or company aligns to one or more of the Microsoft Enterprise industries, shown below.
2. Your app or company must also align to at least one of the solutions described across our industry pages. Apps or companies can be listed in multiple solutions, if applicable.
Even if an app or partner is listed on AppSource, Microsoft reserves the right to determine the app’s inclusion based on the best alignment to the industry, solution, and space available on the page.
Please note there are rare cases where the partner is not a member of the MPN, but has partnered with Microsoft to offer the specific solution.
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