Infinite training announced

Infinite training announced
PSCo, is launching its Infinite Plasma Training Academy on 16th April 2008, a technical training course specially developed to provide added dealer support for the New Generation Infinite Plasma.

Clients wishing to become certified suppliers of the technology can now participate in the one day course, which aims to provide dealers with a more in-depth understanding of the mechanics and capabilities of this innovative technology.

The Infinite Plasma Training Academy will be managed by PSCo’s newly appointed ‘Advanced Products’ specialist, Stuart Reay. Stuart has spent his entire career in the AV industry and has exceptional knowledge of screen technology and all the features of the new MIS4220, MIS4220R and MIS4230 models, including the revolutionary Burn-In Compensation (BIC) technology. Stuart Reay explained:

“The New Generation Infinite Plasma has many features and the course provides integrators with in-depth knowledge about the product to ensure that it is sold and installed to its best potential.”

Upon completion of the course, PSCo clients will become Accredited Infinite Partners, benefiting from exclusive access to PSCo’s demonstration equipment, as well as training packages for all new employees, marketing tools, qualified leads, funding and access to the latest PSCo Infinite Plasma incentive schemes. Clients that attend will also be provided with an array of supporting literature which will act as a comprehensive reference point after the course has been completed.

Stuart Holmes, Managing Director of PSCo, comments;

“Providing a training course for our clients is essential, not only for improving customer care but for continued the growth of distribution of the New Generation Infinite Plasma in the UK. Becoming an Accredited Infinite Partner marks a commendable achievement and gives our suppliers recognisable contractor status.”

The Infinite Training Academy takes place at PSCo’s state of the art demonstration suite and the training sessions will commence on 16th April 2008, with further dates scheduled fortnightly throughout May, June and July.

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