Training

Private Property South Africa
Greg Crowder

We at Privateproperty.co.za are always trying to find new and better ways to provide our customers with fantastic service… And we have done it again!

Previously if you needed training you had to book a trainer to find time to get out to your office and make time in your busy day to meet with them. But going forward you are able to chat directly with your Privateproperty.co.za relationship manager who will be able to help you.

And even better than that, we have been working hard to produce training videos that you can watch online, or which your sales person can copy onto your computer. This enables you to get going as quickly as you like, educate new staff, troubleshoot problems all yourself and in your own time. Even if that is out of work hours, you can get all the help you might need with our Privateproperty.co.za training videos.

We are working hard to make sure we have a training video for every section of our Fusion software and the Privateproperty.co.za website on so on, but if you see something you don't understand after watching the relevant videos, ask your relationship manager and we will build a video for your query.

This is just one more thing that we are doing to give you a world class online experience.

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