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EastNets hosts partner training in Jordan

Vendor enables partners to ensure that they are are able to resell its solutions

Mulhim says the comprehensive training programme is being organised to understand the needs of  channel partners.
Mulhim says the comprehensive training programme is being organised to understand the needs of channel partners.

EastNets, a global provider of compliance and payments solutions and services for financial institutions and corporates, has announced that it is hosting a series of training sessions for its channel partners as part of a strategy to strengthen channel alliances in Jordan.

The vendor said the general objective of the training is to ensure that channel partners are able to resell, implement and support EastNet's compliance solutions autonomously and successfully and do more business in their prospective markets.

The workshop, which will started on Sunday 3rd to 7th May, will be a platform for the transfer of knowledge about EastNets' en.SafeWatch filtering and profiling anti-money laundering software solutions and an introduction to new powerful data analytics and visualisation capabilities within the AML suite.

Hazem Mulhim, CEO, EastNets, said: "EastNets strongly believes in enabling its reseller partners to be competent in selling and implementing its solutions for their customers. The comprehensive training programme is being organised to understand the needs of our channel partners and facilitate the transfer of knowledge accordingly. We have received an encouraging response from our partners and are confident that the training initiative will fulfil all its objectives."

According to the vendor, the workshop offers an opportunity for EastNet's channel partners to learn about the best practices to boost productivity by using its solutions. The specific technical program will enable its partners to seamlessly switch to en.Safewatch filtering as well as carry out more sales on en.Safewatch profiling.

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