NEW YORK, June 9, 2016 / PRNewswire / – Penton Technology today launched a new interactive professional training platform, https://education.pentontechnology.com, designed to enrich the online training experience for technology and supply chain professionals.

“Our new training platform enables technology and supply chain professionals to enhance their careers, hone their skills and access critical training on demand,” said Rod Trent, director of education and conferences for Penton Technology.

The contemporary site is easy to navigate on all mobile devices and desktops. In addition to access to exclusive courses taught by seasoned professionals, the platform offers interactive material including embedded videos, quizzes, photos and graphics. The courses have been designed to provide high quality continuing education in a practical and user-friendly format.

“We are seeing significant growth in interest in our in-depth peer training at our conferences and e-learning courses,” added Trent. “That’s why we’re creating a professional development ecosystem that capitalizes on learning-focused content at our conferences, on our websites and forums, and at new on-site learning events that we’ll roll out soon across. the country. ”

To celebrate the launch of Thought Industries’ new professional training platform, Penton Technology is reducing all on-demand courses by 20% up to July 15th. The extended course offerings complement Penton Technology’s on-site conference training and new personalized training for Channel Partners and other businesses. This year IT / Dev connections, running October 10-13 at the ARIA Resort at Las Vegas, will feature new on-premises courses across various cloud services and Windows 10, and introduce on-premises Microsoft certifications for the first time, some of which will not be available at Microsoft’s Ignite conference in September. In addition, Penton will be offering several new professional development workshops during the next The world of data centers and HostingCon conferences.

Penton Technology also unveiled new logos on IT pro and Supersite, reflecting the broader coverage of the multiplatform world in which tech professionals work and live. Microsoft Windows continues to be a major part of the attention of sites and the mobile and cloud-centric world.

“It’s an exciting time to cover the world of IT. No one can match the breadth of what we offer in the marketplace: world-class professional training products and conferences, comprehensive industry news, in-depth expert content and a community on our 16 websites. , forums and events serving tech, data centers, hosting, prosumers and chain professionals, ”said Marcia Parker, executive director of content for Penton Technology. “That’s what sets us apart.”

To learn more about Penton Technology Professional Education, visit https://education.pentontechnology.com. For more information on Penton Technology’s advertising, sponsorship and content marketing services, contact Christina Ferraro, [email protected] for technology professionals or Debbie kane, [email protected], for channel opportunities.

About Penton

Penton is an innovative information services company that empowers nearly 20 million business decision makers in markets that generate more than $ 12 trillion in purchases every year. Our products inform with rich industry information and workflow tools; engage through dynamic events, education and networking; and drive business forward with powerful marketing services programs. Penton is the way smart businesses buy, sell, and grow.

Based at new York, Penton is privately owned by MidOcean Partners and Wasserstein & Co., LP. For more information visit http://www.penton.com or follow us on Twitter @PentonNow.

CONTACT:

Rod Trent
Penton technology
E: [email protected]

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