Training Intelligence LLC (http://www.trainingintel.com) contracted with several local banks to deliver Microsoft Exchange 2007 training to the IT departments. Using training vouchers from Microsoft, called Software Assurance, the training was practically free of charge to the participating banks.
Stamford, CT (PRWEB) March 15, 2009 -- Training Intelligence LLC today announced an agreement to deliver Microsoft Exchange 2007 training for several local banks in Fairfield County, CT. As a Microsoft Gold Partner for Learning Solutions, Exchange training is a core competency for Training Intelligence, who works with more than 400 clients nationwide.
"Microsoft Software Assurance vouchers are essentially free training. In addition, most companies aren't aware they have access to them," said Rob Hardy, Director of Business Development at Training Intelligence. "If you have an enterprise license agreement from Microsoft, chances are you have Software Assurance vouchers. This type of agreement typically adds $5,000 to $15,000 to a training budget. For example, a company with an enterprise license for Windows Server 2008 will most likely have Software Assurance vouchers available to them.
The Training Intelligence staff worked closely with the banks to help them pool their resources for the event. "We involved representatives from each bank to coordinate the details with our instructor," said Gavin Preis, Director of Partner Development. "This is a great example of responsible organizations doing more with less in this economy. Truly a win-win for all."
Training begins in April. Further courses are expected to be scheduled in the second quarter of 2009.
About Training Intelligence:
Headquartered in Shelton, CT, Training Intelligence LLC is a Microsoft Gold Partner for Learning Solutions and Business Intelligence, as well as an EMC Proven™ Learning Channel Partner. In addition to training services, Training Intelligence provides custom application development and database design for a number of clients.
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