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Planit design seminars give merchants planning power

Published:  23 July, 2009

ASHFORD: Planit Fusion, provider of design software solutions for the kitchen and bathroom industry, is running a series of free seminars till the end of July to update its customers on its latest software developments. 

The Fusion Care seminars will run at various locations throughout the country and introduce merchants to 'hints and tricks' based on frequently asked questions that come into to Planit Fusion's helpline. In addition, delegates will have an opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback regarding their own experiences of using the Fusion software. Special offers will also be available exclusively to seminar delegates.

Planit newly-restructured training packages will also be unveiled.

Craig Rothwell, Planit Fusion's managing director, said: " Designing can be a very solitary business and, while our support line is only a phone call away, nothing can really beat learning more about the software and its many benefits on a first-hand basis. The seminars also provide the perfect opportunity to network and for delegates to give us their feedback on the product."

Fusion Care seminars are taking place at seven locations during July, with morning and afternoon sessions available at each venue in Coventry, Bolton, Bristol, South Mimms, Edinburgh and Belfast, as well as Ashford in Kent.

Places are limited. Call 01233 635 533 for further information. 

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