Verint Launches its Road to Certification Technical Training Roadshows System

Verint launches its five-city technical training roadshow program focused on certifying Verint Video Intelligence Solutions partners and customers on the latest Nextiva Video Management software (VMS) platform, version 6.2. The “Road to Certification” roadshow will take place throughout 2012 in cities across the United States, Canada, and Central and Latin America. 

May 15-18 Verint’s “Road to Certification” roadshows are designed for system integrators who manage, utilize or support the Nextiva VMS platform. During the 3.5 day course, Verint expert instructors will provide attendees with the knowledge and skills needed to install, configure and support the Nextiva 6.2 platform. Nextiva Certification can be earned through successful completion of the course and all written and practical exams. 

“The ‘Road to Certification’ technical training event is all about making it easier for our partners to  become certified on the Nextiva portfolio without the strain on their training budgets,” says Debjit Das, vice president of global marketing, Verint Video Intelligence Solutions. “Our instructor-led roadshows and comprehensive training solutions through Verint University allow us to provide a world-class curriculum to students wherever they are located.” 

To register for the “Road to Certification” event, please visit

Starting in March 2012, the first series of roadshow locations include:        

  • Las Vegas (Nevada), March 24-27        
  • Montreal (Quebec), April 3-6 
  • Los Angeles (California), April 17-20
  • Phoenix (Arizona), May 1-4
  • New York City (New York)                                                                                                                                                           

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