3xLOGIC, Inc., a provider of integrated, intelligent security solutions, and a three-time Deloitte Technology Fast 500 winner, has announced the schedule for the company’s roll-out of an extensive online training program targeted at 3xLOGIC end users, integrators and employees. The first course commences 12 March 2018. Phased roll-out of training courses The online training courses will not replace hands-on training, 3xLOGIC will continue to offer classroom training at select locations around the country and customer onsite trainings. The online training expands and complements the company’s current training resources. 3xLOGIC online training will be rolled out in three phases: Phase 1 (1st Quarter) courses will be for infinias CLOUD, infinias Certification, and infinias for end users; Phase 2 (2nd Quarter) includes mySonitrol for end users, mySonitrolAdministrator, and Operator training; and Phase 3 (3rd Quarter) covers VIGIL end user training and integrator Certification training. Accredited certification trainings “For our dealers, this new online training is convenient, reduces travel expenses, frees up substantial time, and simplifies the process for getting new Certifications for our recently re-launched Certified Partner Program,” explained Donny Shaffer, 3xLOGIC Director of Customer Support Services. “For our end users, this highly relevant content is self-paced, convenient, and is delivered at a low cost.” “In addition, many of our dealers will be happy to hear that all dealer-level courses will provide Continuing Education Units (CEUs). In fact, the infinias CLOUD and infinias Certification courses have already been approved by BICSI for 14 CEUs per class. NICET also recognises some BICSI accredited courses so the opportunity to maintain these certification levels is further enhanced by this 3xLOGIC training.”
Recently, 3xLOGIC completed its move to a new Corporate Headquarters in Westminster, Colorado 3xLOGIC, Inc. a provider of integrated intelligent security solutions today announced a significantly expanded 3xLOGIC University training schedule and locations; a new, larger HQ; and an expanded Florida Innovations Center facility. Recent developments Under the leadership of Donny Shaffer, 3xLOGIC Director of Customer Support Services, the company made a significant investment in upgrading and expanding training resources in 2016. During the last year, Shaffer and his team built two comprehensive training programmes for 3xLOGIC video and access control and succeeded in getting both certified by BICSI for greater student value. Now, those training programmes are being offered 19 times at 16 different locations throughout the US between now and the end of July 2017. New corporate HQ Recently, 3xLOGIC completed its move to a new Corporate Headquarters located at 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021. The new, larger space was designed to specification for the company and features an expanded training facility, as well as plenty of space for continued growth in personnel. Florida Innovation Center 3xLOGIC’s Innovation Center in Orlando, Florida has also moved into a new space located at 12000 Research Parkway, Suite 128, Orlando, Florida 32826. This facility was also designed to the company’s specifications and is centrally located just steps away from the UCF (University of Central Florida) campus. “2016 has been a great year for us,” said Matt Kushner, 3xLOGIC CEO, “and 2017 looks to be even better. Our sales continue to grow very robustly, we’re planning additional hires to add capabilities and ensure we stay ahead of our growth, we’re filling out our Regional Sales Manager network, and we’re looking forward to making some exciting announcements before the conclusion of the year.” Save
Shaffer has been overseeing and developing 3xLOGIC Certification Courses over the past nine months 3xLOGIC, Inc., a leading provider of integrated intelligent security solutions recently announced that Donny Shaffer has been appointed Director of Customer Support Services, as the company continues to increase investment in customer service, sales support and education, including their 3xLOGIC University courses. Building training programmes Shaffer, a seasoned technology educator, has been overseeing and developing 3xLOGIC Certification Courses over the past nine months, after managing support and training for infinias access control solutions. During his 15 years in the security industry, he has also worked for Integral Technologies and Pelco. Leading up to the restructuring of 3xLOGIC’s training and field sales engineering teams, Shaffer has been conducting training for both 3xLOGIC and recently-acquired infinias solutions, which include certified level training for video, IP Cameras, video analytics, POS integration, and access control. “During 2015, I have built three comprehensive training programmes for infinias and 3xLOGIC, and we have succeeded in getting all three certified by BICSI,” commented Shaffer. “As signified by our recent Deloitte Technology Fast 500 award, we are growing at an impressive rate,” said Matthew Kushner, 3xLOGIC President and CEO. “We are commited to investing in increasing the frequency and reach of our training programmes and our sales engineering resources. I was very impressed with Donny when I worked with him during his tenure at Integral. He has been doing an excellent job designing and delivering programmes for both infinias and 3xLOGIC at 3xLOGIC University, and now it’s time for him to take our training programmes and sales support to the next level so we can support and accelerate our growth.” Certification courses 3xLOGIC Certification courses are designed to provide a comprehensive, hands-on learning experience. Courses are taught throughout the year at locations across the US, Canada and Mexico. 3xLOGIC Video Certification training is a 2-day course covering VISIX Cameras, VIGIL Servers, and VIGIL software including: Server, Client, VCM, POS, EAC and Video Analytics. BICSI recognises 3xLOGIC Video Certification training for 13 BICSI Continuing Education Credits (CECs). 3xLOGIC Access Control Certification training is a 3-day course covering infinias Intelli-M Access Essentials, Professional and Corporate as well as eIDC32 Hardware, Custom Reporting, Rules Engine, LDAP Integration, Calendar Integration, Variations of Peripherals, Video Integration and more. BICSI recognises 3xLOGIC Access Control Certification training for 18 BICSI Continuing Education Credits (CECs).
The certification courses are designed to provide comprehensive, hands-on learning experience 3xLOGIC, Inc., a leading provider of integrated intelligent security solutions, recently announced the schedules for new BICSI-recognised Video Certification and Access Control Certification training courses. 3xLOGIC Certification courses are designed to provide a comprehensive, hands-on learning experience. Courses are taught throughout the year at locations across the US, Canada and Mexico. Video certification training topics 3xLOGIC Video Certification training - This 2-day course covers VISIX Cameras, VIGIL Servers, and VIGIL software including: Server, Client, VCM, POS, EAC and Video Analytics. Effective 7/22/2015, BICSI recognises 3xLOGIC Video Certification training for 13 BICSI Continuing Education Credits (CECs). Access control training topics 3xLOGIC Access Control Certification training - This 3-day course covers infinias Intelli-M Access Essentials, Professional and Corporate as well as eIDC32 Hardware, Custom Reporting, Rules Engine, LDAP Integration, Calendar Integration, Variations of Peripherals, Video Integration and more. Effective 3/2/2015, BICSI recognises 3xLOGIC Access Control Certification training for 18 BICSI Continuing Education Credits (CECs). “I have had the pleasure of instructing hands-on classes for integrators, dealers, distributors, and end-users for over five years,” said Donny Shaffer, 3xLOGIC Director of Training. “Every component of the class is hands-on and team oriented. The class fosters an environment of open communication and learning, not only from the instructor, but from each other. Our training is unique because you get to see things from a perspective that typically you’re not exposed to. The attendees love the format and are pleased that they are not forced to sit through three days of power point presentations, like so many of the courses available within the industry.”
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