MS trains CEME's IT staff on new server

May 2003
IT Training;May2003, p8
Trade Publication
Microsoft Server 2003 training is helping a engineering and manufacturing skills initiative get off the ground. The Centre for Engineering and Manufacturing Excellence (CEME), a not-for-profit organisation aimed at businesses in the Thames Gateway area, handles everything from basic skills to post-graduate training. Four IT staff at CEME have received training from Microsoft Corp. in the software, in preparation for the centre's launch in September 2003. In addition, 90 people are to receive tuition in the use of CEME's business systems, including a CRM package, and knowledge-management portal.


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