Computer Training Facilities in Houston Provide a Valuable Service for Companies of All Sizes

Houston, Texas (PressExposure) January 12, 2009 -- With companies of all sizes paying more of an interest in providing high quality training for their staff, the need for improved facilities has also grown. Small, medium, even large companies rarely have the luxury of well-equipped meeting rooms that can seat more than a dozen or so individuals at one time. For this reason, the services offered by Ameritech Training Centers, computer training facilities in Houston, are so valuable.

These computer training facilities in Houston are fully equipped to meet the needs of any company. From T-1 Internet access, to fast networking, to sight and sound capabilities making multimedia presentations a possibility. Each room contains an LCD projector and a screen so trainers can show the audience exactly what needs to be done instead of being limited to providing only vocal instruction. Everything necessary for computer training is included in the rental of the facility.

Rental prices begin at $150 per day. Rooms can be rented for a single day or full weeks depending on a company's needs. In addition to room and equipment, the rental price also includes beverages, snacks, a continental breakfast, transparencies, and copiers.

About Computer Labs for Rent

About Ameritech Training Centers
Located in the heart of the city, these computer training facilities in Houston were built to be convenient and beneficial to the surrounding companies and businesses. As part of Ameritech Consultants and Training Centers, these facilities are managed by professionals who understand the role of technology in effective training.
Contact Info:
Computer Labs for Rent
6430 Richmond Ave., Suite 465
Houston, TX 77057
Phone: 1.800.268.3108
Fax: 1.800.294.0444
Email - info@computerlabsforrent.com
Website- http://www.computerlabsforrent.com

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Press Release Submitted On: January 10, 2009 at 4:17 am
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