There is no doubt that this article is a generalization, but I hope it will give you an idea of what to look for and ask questions when you sign a new agreement. CSP or EA, it doesn`t matter, Microsoft always gets their fair share. Please note that we fully respect your privacy and do not provide full copies of the agreements to Microsoft. We provide proof of our commitment through excerpts from the service agreement, invoice, etc., without providing any confidential information. Once we`ve established the assignment of customers to Microsoft`s partner center, Microsoft verifies the details of the claim to ensure accuracy. Once the application is filed, an automated email is sent to your contact that we have made available to Microsoft (see example): If you sign an agreement with us to provide planning, implementation or adoption services for Microsoft 365, or if you implement our Atlas product, we will give you the name CPOR. So if you connect to an Atlas provision, you`ll wonder: DPOR automated how partners were partnered as Record partners for subscriptions they actively manage for customers for Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, AX7, Microsoft Intune, Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) and Microsoft Azure. Since October 1, 2019, Microsoft CPOR – Claiming Partner Of Record – has introduced a new customer relationship experience. CPOR recognizes all partners who help their customers provide or purchase Microsoft 365 services (for example. B, Atlas and/or Microsoft Teams). Other hot buttons that will help you do the thing to sign a business agreement, I have access to the administrator on ea.azure.com but can`t find the place where a DPOR is attached. On each PAYG subscription, I can see where I can add a partner via the default account portal, but I don`t know where I can do it with the EA portal. Do I have to go to the partner who sold the Azure Commercial registration to my client to add me as a DPOR, or am I looking in the wrong place on the portal? The new experience has been on since October 1st and is fully operational In general, your PGA is used for non-transactional activities such as requests for assistance.