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Schneider Electric to train social media reseller community

Schneider Electric to train social media reseller community

Offers online data centre training

Schneider Electric has announced it will offer online data centre training to its social media reseller community.

The energy management company said it will hold its first online webinar to offer data centre training specifically to members of its Linkedin reseller group.

Schneider Electric online and multichannel manager Europe, Middle East and Africa, Joerg Russwinkel, said the company’s online reseller community is now over 2500 members.

“...We believe that creating training programmes for this group will allow us to continue to add value for members and help them get more from their relationship with Schneider Electric”.

The first webinar took place recently. The webinars will cover14 datacentre analysis tools and over 100 white papers that are available for all resellers. Schneider Electric said it has an extensive library of free resources to help resellers analyse, advise, educate and compare a range of technologies and solutions.

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