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Fresh off the press – Solve360 training!

We’ve long loved Solve360. It’s really good. That’s why we gave them an A+ review, why we partnered with them, and it’s why we’re now offering weekly Solve360 support and training.

That’s right – weekly Solve360 training. Twice a week, every week, we’ll be teaching “Solve 101” and “Solve 102” webinars. We’re educators!

Who it’s for

New to Solve360 but struggling to find your way around? Interested in those small-but-helpful features that could make or break your workflow? Or maybe you’re a Solve360 veteran, but need a refresher on some advanced usage tips?

We’ve got a webinar for you. Solve 101 is for new users finding their way around. Solve 102 is for anyone who “gets” Solve360 but wants a deeper experience.

How it works

Every Tuesday and Thursday we’ll be hosting group webinars focused on Solve360 best practices, features and tips. On Tuesdays, it’s “Solve 101,” a basic overview of Solve360 concepts. On Thursdays, it’s “Solve 102,” which covers Solve360 best practices, tips and advanced usage.

Webinars are 45 minutes long plus 15 minutes for group Q&A, and you’ll leave with our slides and notes. Each webinar is $49/USD/person, or $79 if Solve 101 and Solve 102 are purchased together. Register today and up your Solve skills!

More info

Interested but not sure if it’s for you? Read more about the classes here, or check out our other services – we’re here to help!

VM Associates is a New York City cloud computing consulting firm. We help companies transition into newer, better, smarter software. Contact us to talk about your business, the cloud, and how we might help.

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Chris Bliss works at VM Associates, an end-user consultancy for businesses looking to move to the cloud from pre-existing legacy systems.