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DDLS gains Polycom Authorised Training Partner accreditation

DDLS gains Polycom Authorised Training Partner accreditation

Certified to run training and programs with partners and end users

Dimension Data’s education arm, Dimension Data Learning Solutions (DDLS), has qualified to provide Polycom training and programs, having achieved Authorised Training Partner status.

Polycom is a Californian unified communications (UC) vendor with Australian and New Zealand (A/NZ) offices in Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth, and Auckland. It sells video, telepresence and voice communication hardware and software.

DDLS claims the accreditation boosts its education portfolio by allowing it to provide its customers and resellers with Polycom RealPresence Platform software infrastructure training and classes.

RealPresence is a subscription-based video infrastructure software service.

"The Authorised Training Partner program has been designed to deliver high-value collaboration solutions to our customers, and to offer Polycom partners effective training to grow their video collaboration business,” Polycom A/NZ channels director, Oscar Trimboli, said.

“DDLS Polycom-certified instructors will begin offering classes through the Polycom Global Education Network immediately. The first class is scheduled in April 2014 and will cover installation, configuration and troubleshooting for the Polycom RealPresence Platform.”


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