Exertis is partnering with Boxlight, provider of online, self-paced professional development courses around MS Teams – designed to upskill users into effective use of the platform and allowing businesses to improve productivity.
Boxlight products are designed to help students learn more effectively and develop the essential skills they need for success. Students respond to this enhanced way of learning, and teachers find it allows them to do more in the classroom, making lessons more productive.
A specialist provider in this field, Boxlight offers CPD-certified course content that is always up-to-date, relevant and to a high standard of quality. In partnering with Boxlight, Exertis is extending its capability around MS Teams as it continues to provide full solutions for its channel partners.
Greg Bennett, Head of AV Solutions, Exertis Pro AV, said, “We’re delighted to be able to offer this value-added service to our reseller partners. The new user adoption platform provides users with a self-paced online set of modules to learn about the functions and useability of Microsoft Teams and Teams Rooms. This hugely complements our Microsoft Teams offering to the channel, along with our pre-sales consultancy team and comprehensive range of certified Microsoft Teams Room products and solutions.”
Boxlight’s technology reduces technology disruption and improves student engagement. Its content is easy-to-use, engaging, valuable, and provides effective solutions for the way we teach tomorrow’s leaders today.
Darren Brown, Boxlight Partner Manager said: “We continue to drive our Professional Development self-paced courses and training solutions to suit the needs of end users. We offer the freedom to choose when and where to complete your course. This new and exciting partnership with Exertis highlights the movement to hybrid self-development using software and technology.”
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