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Powersoft Announces Extra E-Training Courses Starting This Week

Italian manufacturer has increased its capacity to deliver online training to counter COVID-19 restrictions, with first session slated for tomorrow (March 17).

Powersoft just announced that it has ramped up its capacity to deliver online training courses worldwide to help mitigate the increasing difficulties in organizing face-to-face meetings and group sessions due to the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent restrictions.

Starting Tuesday, March 17, 2020, the company will begin providing more e-learning content and distance learning tools, free of charge, to customers and users. All courses — designed to be interactive and last for an hour — will be divided by regions (APAC, EMEA, CALA and NA), available in Spanish and English language, and will be hosted by Powersoft application engineers Davide Quarto and Thiago Terra for the EMEA region, Raymond Tee for APAC, Thiago Terra for CALA, and Rick Woida for North America.

Attendees will have the opportunity to choose between two different days for each session. The sessions will be available three times a day, in order to cover all time zones around the world. Here’s the full schedule, and also, in the following listing, click on the language offered for each course to register directly:

  • Tuesday, March 17: ArmoníaPlus 1.4 Introduction (ENG) or (ESP)
  • Thursday, March 19: ArmoníaPlus 1.4 Introduction (ENG) or (ESP)
  • Tuesday, March 24: Powersharing/T Series (ENG) or (ESP)
  • Thursday, March 26: Powersharing/T Series (ENG) or (ESP)
  • Tuesday, March 31: Mezzo/Auto Setup (ENG) or (ESP)
  • Thursday, April 2: Mezzo/Auto Setup (ENG) or (ESP)

Powersoft business development manager Marc Kocks states: “In these challenging times, we wanted to make sure that our clients and users receive the same level of professionalism and support from us. We have put a number of measures in place, from production to after sale services, and while we are already offering online training on a regular basis, we decided to further increase and generalize their adoption.”

For more information, email: [email protected]

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