OpenHand is going on the road again with a series of five sales training seminars following up on the very successful technical training days that were held last year.
The training has been specifically designed to highlight the many advantages that OpenHand offers over its competitors and how those benefits can be used to create additional core business for its partners.
Director of Channel Tony Foote commented “we have had to expand our training program to accommodate the ever growing number of Dealers coming on board” OpenHand’s Dealer network has been growing steadily since the company changed to a “channel only” policy in April 2006 and the Dealer count currently stands at 550. Ongoing channel advertising campaigns and the recent significant upturn in the mobility sector has speeded up the recruitment drive.
Foote continued “our growing range of online audio visual guides have also really helped both in terms of the after sales training of end users and as a pre sales tool to show prospective clients how simple OpenHand is to use, but we felt that the time was right to really start pushing home our advantages”.
The training days are as follows:
20th September Twickenham Stadium
21st September Imperial War Museum, Duxford
24th September Old Trafford, Manchester
25th September St James’s Park, Newcastle
26th September Worcester County Cricket Club
Continuing OpenHand’s training policy all events are free of charge to approved OpenHand Dealers and includes lunch and refreshments with all venues offering a complimentary mini tour during the lunch break
Places are limited to 40 delegates per day on a first come first served basis. All five courses start with registration and coffee at 9.30 and finish at around 4.00pm.
To reserve you place email email@example.com or call OpenHand Dealer Support on 0845 8800023.