The Westcoast Training Bus is back by popular demand

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Following the success of last year's Windows 8 Bus Tour, Westcoast has announced that the training bus is back on the road and will be touring the UK throughout April, May and June.

During the next few weeks, a double decker bus will be transformed into a training lab on wheels showcasing new technologies from HP & Microsoft. Westcoast is taking the Microsoft Customer Immersion Experience (CIE) on the road and the bus will also be packed with the latest HP kit, including convertible computers, tablet hardware, wireless printers and servers.

"The recent months have seen several exciting product launches from our key vendors. We understand that it's not easy for our resellers and their sales force to find time and attend every training event and product launch, so yet again we are bringing the training facility to them. To educate our customers on how to implement the latest technology, we are offering sales and product demonstrations by our specialist trainers and a hands-on experience with the HP & Microsoft products. We strongly believe that training is the key to growth for Westcoast partners, while at the same time helping end-user customers to increase efficiency and productivity in a variety of ways," commented Phil Bell, Marketing Manager; Westcoast.

As of today resellers can request the bus for an onsite reseller training and end-user product demonstration. There are various training modules to choose from, covering the latest product ranges from Microsoft and HP, including Microsoft CIE, wireless and large format print, PCs as well as some of the most talked about solutions from the Enterprise Group, such as BYOD and Gen8 Server Systems. Resellers interested in training, can find more information about the modules available on Westcoast's microsite.

"We are very excited to be hosting the Westcoast Training Bus and look forward to uncovering many new opportunities for our partners, helping them to start the new financial year off strong," Phil Bell.

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