Symantec helps partners to `survive and thrive’

Symantec helps partners to `survive and thrive’

Symantec aims to help its channel partners out in tough times with a programme called the Survive and Thrive business management series.

The series of webcasts and learning modules offers training on addressing business challenges and provides guidance to maximise cash flow, source and invest capital more efficiently, identify new business opportunities and drive business growth.

Asia Pacific channels and enterprise sales senior director David Dzienciol says its channel partners are vital to business success.

“The economic downturn is a catalyst for many organisations to focus on business management skills. We’re offering the series as part of Symantec’s ongoing commitment and investment in our partners to offer programmes and tools that will help them grow their business for success now and in the future.”

The business management series runs until November 2009 and is delivered free to partners over 24 weeks.

It comprises five webcasts and 12 learning modules. Partners have the flexibility to participate in the webcast on demand or join the live session. Symantec has also set up a forum within the series so partners can participate in discussions.

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