Dell Channel recently announced the launch of Dell Engineers Club in five Southeast Asia markets, including Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines and Singapore.
According to a media statement, the Dell Engineers Club is developed for Dell partners and serves as an avenue for training and networking opportunities. It was first launched in China in 2012, and has since accumulated over 1,000 members from markets such as India, China and Korea.
Members of the Dell Engineers Club will be offered training courses, focused on a range of technology topics via classrooms and online learning platforms. Members can pick trainings relevant to them and will also have industry experts guiding them based on aptitude.
Partner engineers can benefit from training in specific practice areas, including three main competencies - Storage, Server and Networking, along with the new addition of Dell Software Competencies.
New courses such as Data Protection are also continuously being developed so as to ensure relevancy to industry trends. Members will also have access to informal interactions with thought leaders and industry experts.
"The launch of The Engineers Club in South Asia markets is testament of our long-term commitment to our partners and customers in this region," said Ng Tian Beng, Managing Director, South Asia & Korea, Vice President, Commercial Channels, Asia Pacific Japan. "We believe this initiative will equip our partners with the relevant knowledge so as to help customers meet their business needs. It is also a platform for us to get feedback and suggestions from our partners on our solutions and new products."
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