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Acronis arming resellers with education

28 Oct 2011

Backup and recovery vendors Acronis have introduced new courses to their education programmes to assist channel partners in selling the company’s latest product family.

The company has added a new Certification, Acronis Sales Professional (ASP), to its Acronis Academy. The course provides salespeople with guidance on how to make more revenue from Acronis products, including setting out the key features of the new Acronis Backup & Recovery 11, as well as tips on turning leads into deals, plus details about pricing, maintenance and renewals.

Acronis has also updated its Acronis Certified Engineers (ACE) and Acronis Certified Trainer (ACT) programmes to include Acronis Backup & Recovery 11.

Karl Sice, general manager – Pacific at Acronis, says the channel is the company’s first priority.

"We’re pleased to offer these new training courses to help our partner community develop and understand Acronis business offerings in greater depth,” Sice says.

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