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We’ve teamed up with Computer Service Centre!

We’re very pleased to announce that Reuzer and Computer Service Centre are collaborating on the creation of the Reuzer Platform. The Reuzer Platform is a game-changing digital learning and competence platform for the safety-critical sector.

Computer Service Centre (CSC) have a proven track record of deploying software packages within the energy sector and are familiar with the challenges faced when it comes to accessing essential platforms in remote locations – be it offshore wind farms, or remote land locations around the world.

To add to their credentials, their sister company Nesspoint specialize in the maritime surveillance sector and offer full vessel and people tracking solutions – aimed at oil and gas, renewables, ports/ harbours and defence.

When it came to choosing a partner, the expertise, guidance and advice offered by Computer Service Centre twinned with their experience within the safety-critical sector made this collaboration an obvious and exciting choice for the Reuzer team.

With Reuzer applying our in depth knowledge of training and competence within the safety-critical sector along with our background in the visual design of digital content, we’re set to create a platform which puts the uzer at the centre of the experience and makes allocating training content a breeze for training coordinators around the world.

The initial release of the Reuzer Platform is planned for January 2021 and will offer a mobile/responsive framework, cross browser compatibility, full e-learning capability, e-learning pre-requisites, a structured hierarchy of users, custom branding, automated reminders, validity periods and more…

To see how you can join our journey and provide us with some valuable insights into what your business needs from a training and competence platform– take a look at our Corporate Partnership Scheme.

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