April SnapLogic 101 Training Workshop

April 14, 2021


Register for our next session here!

To navigate you through greater successes and strengthen our partnership, we are excited to offer a free virtual workshop for our customers. This high-energy connected-training is designed to help transform your integrations more efficiently.

Join us for this 2-Day Workshop on April 14 & 15 and enjoy a meal on us!* 

Experience this instructor-led intelligent integration virtual training and hands-on workshop where we’ll take you through SnapLogic Learning Quadrant: 

  • Training designed to focus on the integration platform, snaps, building pipelines, data transformations, and working with tasks
  • Industry best practices
  • Enterprise Automation during COVID-19: How to survive, sustain and succeed
  • The future of digital transformation with SnapLogic 
  • Interactive session (Q & A)                           

Reserve your spot now before the seats are gone! This workshop is limited to a maximum of 20 attendees to ensure you receive the attention and support you need to succeed.

Abhinav Jain
SnapLogic Customer Success Manager





*Offer is limited to the first 20 customer attendees in N. America only. By attending the virtual training workshop, you will receive a complimentary $25 eGift option to get a meal delivered using UberEats, DoorDash, or Grubhub. You can also donate the amount to a local charity of your choice by using the Charity Choice option instead. Snaplogic wants to comply with your company’s direction on the Corporate gift and Bribery Act 2010 and has offered Charity Choice as a way to allow us to donate on your behalf. If your company does not allow you to accept any corporate gift, even reasonable and proportionate, please let us know so that we do not send you the offer.


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