With Windows 2008 Come New MCP Benefits
Microsoft Learning improves MCP benefits package with access to Microsoft
Partner-level support articles and improved transcript and certification
The Microsoft Learning Group on Monday said it has made some incremental
improvements to the benefits package that it issues to those who achieve
Microsoft Certified Professional status. According to a press release issued by
the company, improvements include better access to troubleshooting information
online, better transcript management and quicker updates to certification
The key benefit is broader access to Microsoft Knowledge Base articles and
technical support information that was previously only accessible to Microsoft
Partners and those who earned the Most Valuable Professional designation.
Microsoft Learning has also made improvements in the Transcript Manager and
Certification Manager, updating the information within days of passing a test or
completing certification requirements. Transcripts can also be downloaded in .XPS
or Adobe .PDF formats, with certificates bearing the same design online as the
one that gets mailed to new titleholders. Microsoft has also added a global
member directory that’s searcheable.
The group said that benefits package improvements were done in anticipation of
the new exams and credentials that will follow the release of Windows 2008 in
February next year. The improvements also follow in step with several changes
that have taken place over the months, such as a new exam retirement policy
announced at the end of last year, and the change to a single test provider
earlier this summer.
To date, Microsoft has issued MCP certificates to 2.2 million people worldwide.
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