A1A Software opens HQ in Florida

By D.Ann Shiffler03 October 2016

A1A Software’s new corporate headquarters facility in Fernandina Beach, FL includes a training cente

A1A Software’s new corporate headquarters facility in Fernandina Beach, FL includes a training center with computers equipped with special graphics cards for a high-tech, hands-on training experience.

A1A Software, developer of 3D Lift Plan and iCraneTrax lift planning and business management tools, has relocated to new 2,500-square-foot corporate headquarters facility in Fernandina Beach, Florida, USA. The offices include a training center with 18 computer stations to support the company's 3D Lift Plan Boot Camps.

3D Lift Plan Boot Camp provides customers with high-impact, one-on-one training on all the features of 3D Lift Plan, the company said. On completion of the training, customers can create a complicated tandem lift, critical lift plan, video of the lift, and be able to use every feature of the lift planning program. Students who pass the exams can receive Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3 Certification.

“Having a training room with dedicated high speed internet and computers featuring graphics cards and 16 gig of ram has shaved a half day from the training schedule,” said Tawnia Weiss, president of A1A Software.

Previously, the 3D Lift Plan Boot Camp took three days. The first two classes held at the new Training Center were completed in 2.5 days.

“Other teaching tools and amenities, such as a conference room and kitchenette, make training productive and comfortable for 3D Lift Plan customers,” Weiss said.

In addition to the executive offices and training center, the new headquarters houses engineering, sales, and customer support staff.

Future 3D Lift Plan Boot Camps are scheduled for November and December. To register, visit 3dliftplan.com/Training/BootCamp. A1A Software’s new address is 1557 S. 8th St., Fernandina Beach, FL, 32034, USA.

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