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CustomWare launches Jam Sessions. Product overviews in one hour.

Posted by admin on Jan 31, 2012 9:01:02 AM

We now offer Jam Session training courses. A Jam Session training course is a sharp, one-hour program that allows you to get everyone on the same page. Quickly.

We've been developing training courses and delivering education offerings since we started our company in 2001. We've seen a big change in the way that customers and students consume training. From in-person 5 days programming courses through to modern day webinars and e-Learning.

With the IKEA-ization of I.T. - where customers purchase their own products and take them home themselves for self-install (more often than not), the education market also needs to evolve.

Gone are the traditional sales cycles where you have a systems engineer and an enterprise sales person take the time to understand your problem and demonstrate for you the technology - now you try and buy yourself. But we see a gap with this model.

Quite often, you want to get your team on the same page quickly. You don't have the time to be the salesperson inside your company and you want to get a professional overview of what the solution offers - and at times, you want your management to also get an overview of the solution you want to deploy.

CustomWare now offers Jam Session training courses for JIRA, Confluence and GreenHopper. Sign up now on our public schedule or you can request a private session for your team.

Follow us on Twitter - we'll be giving away free seats to Jam Sessions via our @customware twitter account.

If you're a software company and want to learn more about innovations in education, be sure to check out the Technology Services World Conference, in Santa Clara in May. Our CEO, Robert Castaneda will be presenting a workshop titled "Education in a Cloud World: Building a Global and Scalable Learning Community".

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