The training programs are slotted to roll out in two phases starting on July 12, 2013 in Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Norway, Sweden, the U.K. and Ireland and the U.S. The second phase will include Asia Pacific, Eastern Europe, and Latin America.
Phil Gallagher, global president, Avnet Technology Solutions acknowledged their symbiotic relationship with IBM, saying that their partnership “allows us to further expand our value-added services offerings, especially following our recent launch of Avnet Services. More importantly, it helps drive education to enable our partners and resellers to grow and better address end customers’ business challenges.”
Avnet will provide more than 2500 IBM training courses to IBM employees, reseller partners and customers around the world. The solutions distributor offers the complete portfolio of IBM training courses either directly or through its network of IBM training partners.
One of these partners, Jack Morton Worldwide, has been offering IBM training programs in North America. Its senior vice president, Paula DeFeo, said that they are looking forward to “collaborating exclusively with Avnet to define, develop and offer IBM education solutions that meet the needs of IBM customers worldwide.”
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