Tech Data Offers Apple Training Services Through Agreement With LearnQuest

CLEARWATER, Fla., Nov. 01, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tech Data Corporation (Nasdaq:TECD) today announced an agreement with LearnQuest, an Apple Authorized Global Training Provider, to offer individual, enterprise, and technical training on Apple products. Apple-authorized training via LearnQuest will now be available to solution providers in the United States through Tech Data's Advanced Infrastructure Solutions (AIS) division.

"Apple is one of Tech Data's largest and most strategic vendor partners, and LearnQuest provides our partners with comprehensive training on their portfolio of products," said Maurice Hamilton, vice president, Technical Services at Tech Data. "Training and education are critical to the success of our channel partners, and we're proud to partner with LearnQuest, the leader in Apple training, to help our solution providers develop their competencies with Apple products and differentiate their value in a competitive market."

Tech Data will deliver Apple-authorized training via LearnQuest. Enterprise-focused courses cover iOS, macOS, and Technician Training for students preparing for the Apple Certified Mac Technician (ACMT) and the Apple Certified iOS Technician (ACiT) Service Certification Exams. Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X for creative professionals are also part of this distinguished Apple offering. The courses feature hands-on exercises and real-world scenarios to meet today's learning needs.

"Tech Data is well-positioned to offer LearnQuest's Apple authorized training," said Dimitri Schneiberg, managing director at LearnQuest. "With the proliferation of Apple devices in the enterprise and the subsequent demand for Apple authorized training, we look forward to developing our partnership with Tech Data as we continue to add new Apple training courses to help channel partners and IT professionals grow their skills and keep pace with the market."

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