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New course aims to educate VoIP resellers

Snom, the provider of business phone systems, has announced a new programme to train telecoms companies in the best use of IP telephony.

The snom Certified Engineer (SCE) course will be headquartered at the company’s training centre based in Leeds to meet the demand of many VoIP reseller businesses looking at the best ways to tackle the IP telephony market.

The programme aims to provide such companies with the optimum methods on the best way to enable their customers to make the change from traditional land line based communications to internet based business phone systems.

IP telephony has been tipped by many industry experts to make a huge impact on small to medium enterprises in 2011, not only within the United Kingdom, but across the globe. This is credited to the flexibility it offers when routing calls, enabling firms to save money when compared to traditional telecoms providers.
Snom UK’s Managing Director Jonathan Greenwood, said of the course:

“Migration to IP is the future as far as the telecom market is concerned and it’s imperative that telecoms and IT resellers are provided with the know-how on how to communicate the benefits of IP to end users effectively.

“The SCE programme is something that nobody else is offering in the telecoms market and has been carefully designed to deliver valuable, measurable rewards to those who take part in the training scheme.”

The course has been introduced to the United Kingdom following a successful pilot in Italy, where it trained more than 110 VoIP reseller businesses, demonstrating the company’s dedication to the British market.

As an added incentive to sign up for the course, snom is offering a discount on their product range to all resellers who become certified partners on successful completion of the course.

Callum Byrnes