ImageTrend Continues Free Training Sessions in 2013

ImageTrend Continues Free Training Sessions in 2013

Press Release Jan 11, 2013

January 8, 2013

LAKEVILLE, MN—ImageTrend, Inc. published its schedule of training sessions in 2013 that will be available to clients with a current support contract at no additional charge. The classes are held at the company’s headquarters in Lakeville, MN, and are designed to improve operational efficiencies by educating system administrators on making configuration changes, managing users and generating reports.

In 2012, more than 45 different services or agencies took advantage of the free training sessions, saving ImageTrend’s clients thousands in training costs. Attendees are responsible for their own travel costs, but the value of the training often outweighs those costs. Additionally, lunch is provided on site for each student.

ImageTrend has received positive feedback about the training sessions from attendees. “I learned a lot about the Patient Registry,” remarked Kim Jusczak, ED manager/trauma manager of Moose Lake Mercy Hospital in Moose Lake, MN. “This training made my job much easier and I was able to pass knowledge on to others with whom I work.” Based on demand and capacities, ImageTrend plans to add more sessions throughout the year.

ImageTrend clients with a current support contract can visit www.ImageTrend.com/FreeTraining for more information or to reserve a seat in one of the classes.

About ImageTrend, Inc.
ImageTrend, Inc. is an award-winning software company in Lakeville, Minn., devoted to maintaining a high level of innovation, excellence and quality in its products, service and community. ImageTrend’s Web-based applications serve a variety of industries, including government, medical, human resources, business, education and non-profit organizations. ImageTrend combines business analysis, creative design and database-driven architecture to offer the best web applications and strategies. Visit www.ImageTrend.com.

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