The MSP world is competitive. Becoming Auvik certified is one way you can differentiate your skills and stand out in the industry.
Staff from Auvik partner MSPs who successfully complete Auvik’s new certification program earn an Auvik Certified Professional (ACP) designation. Here are four reasons you’ll want to grab your ACP badge this summer.
- You’ll turbocharge your professional profile
When you successfully complete the training, you receive a formal certificate verifying you passed. You’ll also get some nifty badges you can download and add to your LinkedIn profile or company website to make you stand out.
Completing the certification cements your value and expertise. Adding the logo to your signature line is a great way to formally declare, “I know how to efficiently and productively manage networks.” And that’s something to be proud of.
- You’ll learn Auvik tips and tricks
There’s always something new to learn, and you could get some time- or money-saving tips by refreshing yourself with the training and completing the exam.
- You’ll be a trusted network manager
The network is the connection to everything businesses need to operate. And your MSP needs to keep client networks up and running so they stay productive and happy. As an ACP, you prove you can be the trusted technician responsible for managing that connection.
- You’ll be automatically entered in Auv-toberfest 2018
If you successfully become an ACP before August 30, you’ll automatically have a chance to win a free trip to the biggest Oktoberfest outside Germany. The Auv-toberfest 2018 grand prize includes round-trip airfare, accommodations, meals, and tickets to a city-wide party for two (2) people.
As an Auvik partner, you don’t have to spend hours learning something new. The testing complements the training videos and materials you already have access to in the Auvik partner portal. Simply formalize those skills by becoming an Auvik Certified Professional—the test should only take a couple hours to complete.
If you haven’t completed the Auvik training materials, don’t fret! It should only take a few hours to get into gear and study.