By: Computerlinks  05/12/2011

Why sell training?

Partnering with COMPUTERLINKS not only gives you the opportunity to get your own technical team trained, but also gives you the opportunity to make additional margin by offering the same high quality courses to your customers.

End users with well trained technical teams will result in faster and more efficient implementations, fewer calls to your support desk and often opens up further opportunities.  With the UK IT training market estimated to be worth over £500 million per year, can you afford not to sell training?

Why partner with COMPUTERLINKS Training?

Selling authorised courses from COMPUTERLINKS Training to your customers allows you to have control over where your customers are getting trained and by whom.  We offer outstanding customer service by people who are dedicated to raising the standard of IT training.  Training Sales Specialists are available to train your sales teams, engage in proactive joint marketing activities and answer any questions you or your customers may have, as well as offering attractive discount packages.

If you want to work with a partner that knows training, look no further than COMPUTERLINKS Training.

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

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