SpecTec Launches Online Product Support Services

Press Release
Monday, December 10, 2012

SpecTec announces the launch of new online product support services for AMOS users, starting from January 2013.


“We have looked very carefully into what we provide in terms of Services and Support and how we provide it,” says Giampiero Soncini, CEO of SpecTec Group. “ We have made some significant improvements to our Product Support Services, in order to ensure that our Customers experience not only improved service delivery but also an improvement in the effectiveness of AMOS within their daily business”.


The new services are aimed to increase the knowledge and to optimise the software usage for those who already work with AMOS and the related solutions.


AMOS users could interface with SpecTec Product Managers, Software architects and Business Analysts, and thus have the opportunity to converse with them about any issues and concerns relating to the software usage.


The services will be provided by SpecTec Managers through Webinars and Web conferences; SpecTec clients may subscribe themselves from time to time, through an online subscription form available on www.spectec.net


New software release introductions are also included in the new online product support services. The Product Development Department of SpecTec has planned the launching of new releases for both AMOS and AMOS2 during 2013.
SpecTec believes that such new services can be of benefit to customers, enhancing their knowledge of AMOS Software and its applications.

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