Introducing Enable, National Instruments Education Specialty Alliance Partner

It’s official!  We are now the first ever Education Specialty Alliance Partner with National Instruments.  We’ve not only been fans and users of their products for a long time, we’ve been privileged enough to work with them on a number of education and training-based projects.  We admire their commitment to both customer and STEM education, and we look forward to a long and fruitful relationship with both them and their customers.

Here is today’s press release:

Enable Training and Consulting Named Education Specialty Alliance Partner by National Instruments

Highlights:

  • Company identified as an expert in using National Instruments products in Academia
  • Comprehensive start-up assistance for new and existing users of NI products as well as curriculum development, systems integration, software development, and consulting services available

TORONTO, Ontario, Canada – November 5th, 2013 – Enable Training and Consulting Inc. has been named an Education Specialty Alliance Partner by National Instruments (NI). The company received this first-of-its-kind designation for its demonstrated expertise in offering certified partner start-up assistance to educators and researchers using NI LabVIEW system design software and NI hardware at universities and colleges across the United States and Canada.

As an NI Education Specialty Partner, Enable works closely with academic institutions to ensure their success by offering solutions for teaching and advanced research, ranging from creating engaging curriculum and training materials for educators and students to developing sustainable expertise in research labs through product set-up and training.

“Enable is excited to be the first member of the NI Alliance Partner Network to offer start-up assistance specifically for academia,” said Ben Zimmer, President of Enable Training and Consulting. “With more than 60 years of combined experience, Enable is uniquely suited to support the needs of both new and existing users of NI products at universities and colleges by offering comprehensive curriculum
development and custom teaching solutions as well as systems integration and software development for research labs.”

“The creation of the Education Specialty within our Alliance Program ensures that educators and researchers have the support to effectively integrate NI products into classroom and laboratory settings,” said Dave Wilson, Director of Global Academic Programs at NI. “Whether it is comprehensive courseware development, complete turn-key lab installations or start-up assistance, Enable is a key piece in ensuring our academic customers’ success.”

Readers can learn more about the Education and Integration capabilities of Enable Training and Consulting  Inc. at www.EnableTC.com.

Twitter: @EnableEducation and @EnableIntegrate

About

Enable Training and Consulting, Inc., is a National Instruments Silver Alliance Partner and provides system integration (Enable Integration) and education development (Enable Education) services. Enable Education applies a highly qualified team of certified teachers, technical writers, software developers, and audio-visual specialists to facilitate engaging and authentic learning experiences that drives intellectual curiosity and innovation. Their skill in education and training development is complimented by a team professional engineers and PhDs with over 60 years combined experience in engineering and LabVIEW integration. Enable boasts a proud client list including top K-12 programs like LEGO Education North America and FIRST Robotics, collaboration with more than a dozen universities and colleges in North America, and many other large corporations.

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A National Instruments Alliance Partner is a business entity independent from National Instruments and has no agency,
partnership or joint-venture relationship with National Instruments.