AVEVA Opens New Training Centre in India

Tue, 18 December 2012

Cambridge, UK: AVEVA announced today its opening of a new training facility in Mumbai, India on 11 January 2013. The announcement follows the recent opening of a new sales and support office, supporting AVEVA’s expansion plans in the important Indian region. Based in the Powai suburb of Mumbai, the new centre will significantly expand the current training capacity with a dedicated team of qualified staff. The training provided at the Mumbai facility will cover the entire range of AVEVA’s software products and solutions.

“As with other emerging economies, Indian businesses require a strong support network for training employees in important engineering disciplines, enabling projects to start quickly and efficiently”, said Navtej Garewal, SVP - Head of India, AVEVA. “AVEVA software offers this benefit and great interest has been shown in both the public and private sectors for AVEVA-trained and certified users. We will support our customers and their staff to gain the skill sets required for major plant and marine projects by offering advanced courses across our product portfolios. Participants are welcomed from a wide variety of engineering industries and organisations. On successful completion of the training, each participant will be certified by AVEVA.”

“This recent expansion, following that in Mumbai and Hyderabad, further demonstrates AVEVA’s commitment to the Indian market,” said Evgeny Fedotov, Senior Vice President, Russia, India & Middle East, AVEVA. “We will continue to invest in India in order to provide better support for our customers, working with them to develop staff skill sets for such critical industries as Power and Oil & Gas.”

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