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IronCAD expands training facilities

IronCAD, a provider of design productivity solutions, has announced the expansion of its worldwide headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia.

The company says that, due to the increased demand for the IronCAD Design Collaboration Suite, the need for better training facilities, and the need to expand human resources, IronCAD has relocated to a new facility. The facility will allow IronCAD to continue to focus on delivering the most powerful design solutions while also allowing IronCAD to better serve their customers and resellers.

The expansion will also aid in IronCAD’s plans to further grow their domestic and international reseller network by offering a centralised reseller training location. The training centre will allow resellers to quickly learn the best approaches for selling and supporting the IronCAD line of software products, and the outdoor nature facilities will offer a great location for team building exercises.

Software resellers who are interested in offering IronCAD products to their customers should contact IronCAD using the contact information at the end of this release.

'We are very excited about our new facilities,' said Tao-Yang Han, IronCAD president and CEO. 'We have seen rapid growth in the adoption of our design solutions throughout the world and we are expanding our facility to accommodate this increase in demand.

'Our expanded facilities will enable us to further improve our products and support offerings for both our customers and resellers worldwide. With this new facility we will be situated in a location that will serve our current and future needs.'

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