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Microsoft Pinpoint is the place to market your software applications and professional services to the customers who need them most. Pinpoint helps you:

•Showcase and sell your innovations

•Attract and engage customers

•Get customer insights and lead notifications will host business applications developed by Microsoft partners.  This positions Azure as competitor to cloud platform marketplaces like and



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