LLamasoft Introduces New Supply Chain Design Training Center

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ANN ARBOR (WWJ) – LLamasoft, the global leader in supply chain design software solutions announces the opening of a new training center featuring expert-led product training courses as well as instruction in strategic supply chain modeling techniques and methodologies.

Located at LLamasoft headquarters in downtown Ann Arbor, the new center is a perfect setting for LLamasoft customers to learn from industry experts. The entire seventh floor of the historic First National bank building has been designed to facilitate customer interaction, networking with peers and discussing best practices and supply chain trends with members of the LLamasoft team.

LLamasoft has designed a wide variety of supply chain design training courses in order to fit the needs of customers just getting started in supply chain design all the way to advanced modelers looking for specialized instruction.

In addition to a modern new training facility, LLamasoft customers benefit from:
* Access to LLamasoft supply chain network design experts
* Meeting with other supply chain design practitioners from multiple industries
* Low participant to instructor ratio (5:1)
* Small class size (max 10 students)
* Highly interactive, hands-on learning environment
* Latest education technologies

“We’re excited to have a floor devoted to customer learning and sharing of best practices,” said Don Hicks, LLamasoft Founder and CEO. “We have been educating customers on best-practices for supply chain design for over a decade, and now we’ve expanded our offerings significantly to keep pace with the growing demand for supply chain modeling.”

In addition to classroom instruction, LLamasoft can also deliver any course on-site at the customer’s own facility.

Visit http://www.llamasoft.com/training to view full selection of supply chain design training courses and to register for courses.

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