SetFocus Selects Mirial Technology to Power Its Distant Training programs
July 06, 2010
Mirial recently announced that SetFocus which is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner for Learning Solutions has selected a set of its desktop video conferencing products. The selection results in the provision of facilities to meet its mounting requirements for delivering distant training, recruiting remote students and staff, and conducting virtual sales training and staff meetings.
SetFocus is a provider of instructor-led IT training. SetFocus has been offering its sole curriculum by means of both physical classes and a virtual training solution. The use of ground-breaking online learning infrastructure has provided SetFocus with the opportunity to offer its training programs at more times, to more people, in more locations. This can be done without investing funds in extra classroom facilities or incurring considerable travel expenditure.
In a release Cristoforo Mione who is the VP Marketing for Mirial said that 'The need of giving students and teacher the same experience expected from face to face program pushed for the use of products enabling high quality synchronous audio/video communication. Mirial desktop video conferencing products are indeed designed to offer the smoothest experience in a simple and effective way'.
With the help of Mirial technology, any user having a webcam and a PC or Mac are able to make the most of HD visual communication and mutual work for interactive training and communication within the enterprise.
In a release Michael Simmons who is the President of SetFocus said that 'SetFocus has been using video-conferencing in our training and daily operations for over five years. Our students and staff depend on it daily for communication and collaboration. The quality and simplicity of Mirial technology will allow us to more easily and effectively deploy the solution to our growing number of students and corporate clients, enhancing our efforts to continue to build a borderless business'.
Mirial, formerly known as DyLogic is one of the global pioneers of advanced products for audio and video communication over convergent networks. In addition to that, since 1999, the company is an innovator in software-only desktop video conferencing.
Since 1997, SetFocus is a reputed firm in the selection, training and placement of Microsoft professionals countrywide.
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Edited by Alice Straight