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MMS realizes that people buy from people. That’s why we consider the training stage so important because you will get a chance to meet one or more of our training staff and know who is on the other side of the phone when you call for support. Training normally involves MMS sending training staff onsite for as little as 2-3 hours to as long as 2-3 weeks in some cases. The time and intensity of training depends on the complexity of the job.

Training is not only important for MMS, but very important to our clients as well. One of the most important decisions our client can make is who is in charge of being trained to run the system. Because if there is not a clear cut responsibility for the system to one or more people then no one will take charge in learning how to use one of the most effective communication tools out there. If this responsibility falls through the cracks then the effectiveness of digital signage as a communication tool will likely diminish as well.