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TIG takes its solutions to the customer

TIG takes its solutions to the customer

TIG takes its solutions to the customer


EMEA sales agency Technological Innovations Group has launched a series of webinars and online training sessions to allow it to bring its partners’ solutions directly to customers in light of current restrictions in EMEA. Sessions are currently being offered for Crestron, Salamander Designs, GUDE Systems and Hoylu.

‘During this period of mass home working, TIG has seen an increased desire from integrators and consultants to self-educate via webinars and online resources,’ stated Steven Dullaert, TIG sales director. ‘Although face-to-face training and product demonstrations are not currently taking place, TIG is still here to help customers stay well-informed and up-to-speed with its growing product portfolio. This is why TIG is working with its partners to offer this series of immersive webinars.’

One of these sessions is Crestron’s Technical Institute (CTI). Its instructor-led courses are available right now in 10 different time zones via Zoom Classroom, with peer-to-peer interaction. For Salamander Designs, TIG will be rolling out three new webinars in April that will demonstrate how Salamander Designs’ furniture systems are designed to fit in perfectly with specific audio/video products represented by TIG for the commercial markets.

The sales agency is also working with GUDE Systems to bring its customers a first-ever webinar on 7th April, offering the chance to find out more about GUDE’s Power Distribution Units and Remote Monitoring Management systems. Furthermore, with the move to remote working having been extremely rapid, allowing very little time to prepare for the long-term, TIG’s partner Hoylu is hosting 30-minute webinars throughout April to showcase its collaboration software, Connected Workspaces.

For more information on the webinars click ‘here’.

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