Empowering Collaboration and Innovation with AvePoint’s Microsoft MVPs

Post Date: 07/14/2023
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Microsoft MVPs (Most Valuable Professionals) are experts in Microsoft technologies who are passionate about sharing their knowledge with the community. They are recognized by Microsoft for their outstanding contributions and expertise, and they are highly regarded in the industry for their skills and insights. MVPs bring a wealth of knowledge, experience, and resources to the table, and they can help ensure AvePoint’s products are optimized to help our customers and partners collaborate with confidence in the digital workplace.

AvePoint is proud to have several Microsoft MVPs on staff who are dedicated to helping our customers and partners get the most out of their Microsoft investments. Our MVPs are experts in areas such as Microsoft 365, SharePoint, Teams, and more, and they are always up-to-date on the latest trends and best practices in their respective fields. This means that our customers and partners can count on us to provide them with the most comprehensive, accurate, and effective solutions for their Microsoft-related needs. 

Let’s hear more from our renewed Microsoft MVPs about why this community is important:

Jeff Angama: Business Applications MVP 

Jeff Angama“Sharing knowledge, connecting with peers and embracing changes are values that I cherish professionally and personally. Being recognized by Microsoft as an MVP makes me belong to one of the biggest tech family in the world: we progress and learn together in this constantly changing exciting digital era.” 


Jay Leask: M365 Apps & Services MVP 

Jay Leask“Being a connector has always inspired my work – I got a job through a series of posts on Twitter, I met one of my best friends through presentations at conferences, and most of my day-to-day education comes from people I’ve met. The MVP network is just that: it connects me to some of the brightest minds in the space and affords me access to teams within Microsoft I would never have been able to connect with.

I’m very thankful for this these connections and the early access I get to technology; not only does it help me inform my partners and customers of the best directions they should take to solve their biggest collaboration and modernization challenges, but it gives me a path to provide feedback that I know is going to be considered and taken seriously.” 

Shelley Liu: M365 Apps & Services MVP 

Shelley Liu“Becoming the MVP gives me the opportunity to be an insider and have closed communication with the product team, I can regularly attend Microsoft PGI Events to increase my technical knowledge and engage in discussions with other experts on technologies that I am interested about most. 

During this period, I also won the opportunity to be a LinkedIn lecturer and went to the LinkedIn headquarters in the United States to record many courses and publish them on the LinkedIn learning platform, which increased my influence in the community. In addition, I can also take part in Microsoft Ignite and Webinars as a speaker every year, share my relevant experiences, and win more and more customers in China.” 

Dux Raymond Sy: M365 Apps & Services MVP 

Dux Raymond Sy“Being a Microsoft MVP enables me to embrace a culture of lifelong learning. This ongoing learning journey empowers us to stay ahead of the curve, explore emerging technologies, and help others navigate the ever-evolving Microsoft ecosystem.” 


Corey Roth: M365 Apps & Services MVP 

Corey Roth“As an MVP contributing to the community, I can help empower others, foster collaboration, and drive innovation within the Microsoft ecosystem. It’s a rewarding experience to see how my contributions positively impact others and contribute to the growth and success of the community as a whole.” 


John White: Data Platform, M365 Apps & Services MVP 

John White“The MVP award is not a certification; it is a recognition of contribution and membership to a community. Contributing to the community helps the community through knowledge sharing, but it also helps the contributor through feedback and validation. Being an MVP has allowed me to improve my communication skills greatly, motivated me to go to the “next level”, and afforded me the opportunity to forge strong friendships that will last a lifetime.” 

Norm Young: M365 Apps & Services MVP 

Norm Young“Being included in the MVP award program has been an amazing experience, connecting me with like-minded individuals passionate about technology.

I’ve gained invaluable knowledge about Microsoft 365 and the Power Platform while forming lifelong friendships along the way.” 


To learn more about AvePoint’s holistic alliance with Microsoft, visit our website.  

As Vice President of Content & Communications at AvePoint, Chris is responsible for all external and internal corporate marketing communications. Chris brings more than 15 years of experience to his role at AvePoint, previously holding roles at EisnerAmper, BASF, MetLife and CRM Magazine. Chris received two American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE) awards for feature articles on salesforce.com and generational trends.

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