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Altec Hosting DocLink Advanced Admin Training Next Week
Training session provides customers with the opportunity to significantly expand their DocLink expertise beyond initial implementation

LAGUNA HILLS, Calif., Sept. 14, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Altec, a leader in enterprise document management and process automation solutions, is hosting its first Fall DocLink Advanced Admin Training (AAT) in Irvine, CA. The four-day training session being hosted next week, September 17-20, provides Altec customers with a deep-dive on the tools that will allow them to manage DocLink more efficiently and effectively.

This cost-effective, hands-on training allows DocLink users to expand their knowledge of the solution beyond day-to-day functions by learning more about Smart Form Toolkit, Security, Event & Data Manager, troubleshooting, and more. With limited class size, direct interaction with Altec's technical team, and networking opportunities to see and hear how their peers are using DocLink, AAT attendees leave the training with a deep, comprehensive understanding that will help them run their businesses and processes better.

Lori Corbino, Customer Care Manager for Altec states, "We pride ourselves on offering the most valuable, in-depth training we can deliver, and our customers' excitement about what they can do next with DocLink when classes are over validates that we're able to help them make a positive impact at their companies. DocLink is a powerful tool that can deliver exceptional value across many business areas. The four days of intensive training they receive definitely provides them with comprehensive instruction for how to take DocLink beyond initial implementation. Our AAT classes were designed to be a cost-effective way for customers to absorb as much as they can about DocLink in a close-knit setting with their peers. Feedback from program graduates certainly confirms that they've achieved substantial success with DocLink for themselves and their companies."

Altec will be hosting its final AAT event for 2018 in Irvine November 5-8. For more information, and to register for the last 2018 class session, visit http://web.altec-inc.com/cn/inccom/18AAT.

About Altec

Altec is a leading provider of integrated document management and process automation solutions. Its flagship product, DocLink, helps companies connect people, processes and data providing them with the ability to store, search, retrieve and send any document securely. DocLink effectively eliminates the need for paper while automating processes that improve organizational efficiency and reduce costs associated with human errors. With thousands of customers globally, Altec enjoys collaborative partnerships with Sage, Microsoft, Acumatica, Intacct, Key2Act, SAP B1, AmTech, and Epicor that deliver flexible, comprehensive solutions to adapt to an ever-changing global market. Learn more at http://www.altec-inc.com.

 

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