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In the Netherlands there is no one that can tells us anything about Omniplan. We as a studio of 20 people, we would like to have a course in how to use Omniplan. As well as the import company as the reseller don't have any idea who can do this.

Please advise!!!

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I don't know that we've ever done live training sessions. Is this something other people are looking for too?
Video or on-line training would be fine. I would pay for training that can be done on my schedule.
The video training is a pretty good idea, I would be interested in that as well.
I believe my company would be interested in at least 5 people utilizing training of some sort. As it looks we may buy at least a 5-seat license.
Write a book.

That is one thing I don't get about Omni. Maybe you need to hire me to write support books for your software.

I would purchase online or live training in a heartbeat on graffle and plan without thinking.
what amazes me about Omni is that they dont seem to have a clue as to how to show off thier products, I would have started using Omni Outliner alot sooner had I really understood how incredible it was, and what could be done using that software, it is incredible. What is wrong with them. ? they should have a whole page to show off the incredible ways their product is used and they should build templates based on those ways, same with the project software, anyone else agree.

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