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Panopticon Announces New Professional Certification Program

The company will offer in depth training course to its clients and partners on best practices for designing and publishing analytical dashboards as well as implementing server-based and embedded systems.

Panopticon Software, the leading provider of visual data analysis software for real-time, CEP and historical time series data, announced today that it is launching a new series of Professional Certification Courses for its clients and partners. The courses will be conducted monthly in London and New York.

The three day courses will provide training on best practices for designing dashboards, selecting visualizations to match analytical requirements, and connecting to external data sources. Attendees will also receive comprehensive instruction on implementation of systems utilizing the Panopticon Servers for Java and Windows environments, as well as an introduction to the embedding of integrated Panopticon dashboards into third party applications.

At the conclusion of the course, participants may take the Panopticon Certification exam and, for those who pass, be awarded a Panopticon Professional Certificate and be authorized by Panopticon Software as a Certified Professional who can reliably complete Panopticon implementations and consulting engagements.

The first courses will take place in New York in late February.

Peter Simpson, Panopticon’s SVP Research & Development, said, “We have been conducting these training courses for several years on an as-needed basis and they have been quite successful. We have decided to expand the program now to better support our growing team of partners and system integrators as well as to provide our new clients with more convenient ways to ensure that their personnel are properly trained.”