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StorageCraft launches ANZ technical training courses

21 Nov 13

StorageCraft Technology Corporation has today announced the immediate availability of the StorageCraft Academy, a series of technical training courses and certification examinations.

The backup provider says the move represents a first time offering for partners across Australia and New Zealand, providing an opportunity to ‘Get Certified’ with StorageCraft Technologies.

The StorageCraft Academy has been developed to provide a training program that educates sales and technical professionals who work with StorageCraft backup and disaster recovery products and services.

This comprehensive training program ensures these professionals receive the training needed to be effective in selling, configuring and managing the complete StorageCraft line.

“With over 50,000 customers and in excess of 2,500 resellers in Australia and New Zealand, we see now is the ideal time to launch our latest e-Learning and certification program – StorageCraft Academy is designed so that all our partners can become accredited in StorageCraft ShadowProtect,” says Greg Wyman, Vice President for StorageCraft Asia Pacific.

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