ComGuard hosts training program for partners
Dubai, January 31, 2012
ComGuard, a regional value-added distributor for IT security products and solutions based in Dubai, held a special training program for its channel partners on GFI Software products in UAE and Oman.
The training programs were held in association with GFI Software designed specifically to help channel partners to capitalize on the fast-growing email archiving and web monitor market in the region, said a statement from ComGuard.
Experts from both ComGuard and GFI Software provided an overview and technical training on GFI Software solutions, the statement added.
Brian Azzopardi, product manager of GFI Software, who presided over the training program, provided in-depth knowledge about WebMonitor and GFI MailArchiver.
He also highlighted the key new features of GFI MailArchiver, called 'MailInsights' an Business Intelligence (BI) functionality embedded in MailArchiver, which extracts intelligent information from the emails to enhance the productivity.
At the end of the training programs, ComGuard offered its successful channel partners a training certification from GFI Software.
Mohammad Mobasseri, senior vice president, ComGuard, said, “We believe Information is key to success, hence we decided to roll out such a unique program to train and educate our partners on GFI WebMonitor and GFI MailArchiver to enable them to win more customers, as well as deploy and configure GFI Software solutions on their own in their respective countries”.
With the overwhelming response received from its channel partners ComGuard plans to conduct similar training programs for its channel partners in Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Saudi and Lebanon among others in the Middle East region.
John Spoor, MEA channel manager, GFI Software, said, “The purpose of such training workshops is to update the skills sets of channel partners and provide them with necessary knowledge that equips them to maximize the potential of GFI software solutions in the growing marketplace.”-TradeArabia News Service
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