Apr 07, 2020
Technological Innovations Group announces a Wave of Webinars
Technological Innovations Group (TIG) is rolling out a series of webinars and online training sessions
to bring its vendor partners’ solutions directly into the home offices of its customers. The initiative comes as countries across the EMEA region are in lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic, with many workforces having to social distance themselves and work remotely from home. This, however, offers people the opportunity to spend time getting trained up on the best-in-class solutions available from TIG, and how they integrate to create the ultimate connected smart space.
Here is an overview of the webinars on offer:
Crestron’s Technical Institute (CTI) provides exclusive training of Crestron products at its worldwide and regional offices and online classes. Its instructor-led courses are available right now in ten different time zones via Zoom Classroom, with peer-to-peer interaction. To find out more about its online training sessions, visit: www.crestron.com/Training-Events/Training
For Salamander Designs, TIG will be rolling out three new webinars in English, German and French. Starting in April, these will demonstrate how Salamander Designs’ advanced, flexible furniture systems are designed to fit in perfectly with specific audio/video products represented by TIG for the commercial markets.
TIG is also working with GUDE Systems to bring its customers a first-ever webinar offering the chance to find out more about GUDE’s Power Distribution Units and Remote Monitoring Management systems.
Furthermore, with the move to remote working having been extremely rapid, allowing very little time to prepare for the long-term, TIG’s partner Hoylu is hosting 30-minute webinars throughout April to showcase its powerful interactive collaboration software. Its Connected Workspaces™ software provides a digital space for teams to meet and work together in a shared cloud workspace that is accessible via any portable device.
Steven Dullaert, Sales Director at TIG, says: “During this period of mass home working, TIG has seen an increased desire from integrators and consultants for self-educating via webinars and online resources. Although face-to-face training and product demonstrations are not currently taking place, TIG is still here to help customers stay well-informed and up-to-speed with its growing product portfolio. This is why TIG is working with its partners to offer this series of immersive webinars.”
For more information on the webinars, including when they will take place, visit: www.tig.eu/webinars