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April 10, 2014

NACR Offers New Training Courses on Avaya Enterprise SBC and Aura Messaging


By Mandira Srivastava SIP Trunking Report Contributor



As part of its strategic initiatives for 2014 and beyond, NACR, a technology solutions integration expert is once again expanding the training offers available through its Center of Excellence for Learning and Development (COE).

NACR is launching new courses on the Avaya Enterprise Session Border Controller (ESBC) and Avaya Aura Messaging. The company works as global integrator of best-in-class communications solutions and services, and a trusted advisor to more than 5,500 customers ranging from small businesses to Fortune 100 and global enterprises.


In addition, NACR provides opportunities for customers to build their administrative, technical, and application proficiency by leveraging NACR resources and expertise through the COE.

Dan Gorski, Vice President of Learning and Development at NACR and head of the COE said in a statement,  " At NACR, we know how important training and staff development are to the success of any organization — especially in the area of technology and how to use it effectively to drive strategic business goals. So, we continually expand our COE portfolio to add new courses and options that will meet our customers' ongoing and changing need for training.”

The NACR COE provides instructor-led, virtual instructor-led and web-based training, with course paths spanning many topics and skill levels. NACR is pleased to introduce courses like Avaya Enterprise Session Border Controller (ESBC) Installation and Administration, Avaya Aura Messaging Webinar. The company is also planning to launch Avaya Aura Session Manager/System Manager Administration. The Avaya ESBC course is designed for telecom and IT administrators with some working knowledge of SIP.

NACR can bring training directly to a customer location or a nearby training center.

The NACR COE also offers customized training and can suitcase a selection of courses to meet specific requirements.




Edited by Maurice Nagle
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