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Koenig receives authorisation for training programmes in Middle East

Subodh Chaudhary, GM, Koenig Solutions
Subodh Chaudhary, GM, Koenig Solutions

Koenig Solutions has announced that it is now an authorised provider of training for programmes on cloud computing softwares VMWare and Salesforce in the Middle East.

The company which runs its Middle East training centre in Dubai has obtained authorisation as Education Reseller for training programmes on VMWare and Salesforce. The authorisation would help Koenig offer an unmatched expertise in virtualisation powered by VMware Certifications, helping to gain crucial skills in managing data centres and virtual environments. While, Koenig Solutions was already offering a range of courses as per the demand of IT training in Middle East, the authorisation would help to widen horizons and cater better to expectations of new and existing customers in terms of quality and latest courses.

“We have been offering a wide range of courses in Dubai. Our Dubai centre provides an easy access to training on different technologies to professionals from all the nearby Middle East. The authorisation has helped us to add to another feather to the cap. While we were already offering customised state-of-art technical IT training, the authorisation has helped us to add expertise as far as cloud computing and virtualisation services are concerned. Would also help us consolidate our reputation as a leading provider of high quality IT education in the region and will further boost enrolment of students from across the Middle East region,” said Subodh Chaudhary, General Manager, Koenig Solutions.

Koenig has also partnered with various corporate houses for training in its Dubai centre. With the view to tapping the growing demand for IT services in the region, Koenig Solutions expanded its Dubai centre early last year. The company opened a new training institute in Knowledge Village in the emirate to help address the growing demand for more IT trainings.

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