Intensive Training for Compiere


Compiere Open-Source Business Management Program Helps Small to
Medium Sized Businesses Learn the Product and Decide How Best to
Use it

Monroe, CT--With most open-source business management software
applications, users are on their own to train themselves on how
to use the product. But software that is designed to help
businesses run more efficiently should have an equally efficient
system for training new users. Jorg Janke, co-creator of
Compiere, an open-source business management program, is proud to
announce that intensive training on this software will
be held in Denver, CO, from June 23-27.

Compiere, named for the Italian word meaning to deliver or
fulfill, rapidly became the most popular open-source business
application on the Internet, celebrating more than 500,000 downloads and
counting in February 2003. This unique program optimizes
inventory, enters sales orders, receives orders from the web,
pays suppliers, enters manual journals, prints reports and
statement, and much more, freeing up the sales staff to
concentrate on the most important element in a successful
business: the customer.

Now Compiere users can operate this program even more
efficiently, streamlining every aspect of the business, with
intensive training. Those who attend the public Compiere
intensive education classes in Denver will be able to set up,
customize and support Compiere. Intensive training covers all
functional and technical aspects of the software, and attendees
have the opportunity to become Compiere Certified. Those wishing
to attend must sign up 30 days prior to the first class to
receive the early bird special, saving $250.

Free recorded training sessions and online training are also
available on the Compiere website at

For complete details on Compieres intensive training sessions or
to download the software, visit Contact
Jorg Janke by phone at 203-445-9503 or email to

Posted by Jorg Janke 2003-05-15

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