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CPI to Present at Upcoming Accu-Tech LEED Seminar Series

August 27, 2012

In the current edition of BICSI News Magazine, in an article entitled, “Buying Through Distribution: A Value Proposition,” Accu-Tech’s Vice President of Emerging Technology, Bill Lorey, identifies a number of benefits that have resulted from successful partnerships between manufacturers in the information technology services sector and those distributors who help link customers to product.

Accu-Tech LEED Seminar SeriesWhile many of these benefits deal directly with the purchasing process (be sure to read our recap of those benefits here), Lorey also points out how educating customers through training and seminars creates cohesion in the marketplace.

Speaking of which, Accu-Tech’s own LEED Seminar Series is now set to take place at two upcoming locations:

  • September 12 – Detroit, MI
  • October 10 – Chattanooga, TN

At each event, which offer a number of BICSI and American Institute of Architects continuing education credits, Chatsworth Products will deliver a special presentation on Energy Consumption Reduction Techniques.

An excellent opportunity to better educate yourself on today’s most forward thinking data center practices and considerations for achieving LEED certification on your next project, Accu-Tech’s LEED Seminar Series is free to attend and ready for registration. Jeff Cihocki, Global eContent Specialist

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