Awesome SharePoint training deal at Mindsharp’s Customer Appreciation Event

Awesome SharePoint training deal at Mindsharp’s Customer Appreciation Event

Posted by richard | March 17, 2011 | SharePoint

SharePoint educator, and Accentient Partner, Mindsharp, launches their first Customer Appreciation event. This event will run through the month of March, thanking customers for their continued support. The event will extend customers special package pricing on Mindsharp’s UserVersity computer based training products as well as Mindsharp public and private training classes. According to Bill English, Author and CEO of Mindsharp, “To put it simply, we just wanted to say Thank You to our customers and give something back in appreciation of their support.” Customers will receive an average of $26,795 value for $995. It will include the 2007 UserVersity computer based training lessons, 20% off the just released 2010 lessons, one online or live seat at any Mindsharp public training class, 20% off a private class, and 20% off all Mindsharp public classes taken through December 31, 2011.

Mindsharp is known for quality SharePoint training and courseware as well as excellent instructors, many of which are authors and SharePoint MVP’s.

This is exactly why the are listed as one of our partners.

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