Partnership between Nanfor and LPI shows growing demand in multilingual open source education
Nanfor and LPI partnership
Nanfor, as a Spanish firm that offers training and certification in various areas of IT, achieves a new partnership with the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) at the highest level (Platinum) and represents a great advance in the strategies of both companies.

Nanfor has expressed interest in GNU/Linux and open source technologies since 2000, but these topics are not strongly represented in its courses. The partnership with LPI provides Nanfor clients with access to information and certifications in this key technical area. Currently, Nanfor offers the first LPI exams leading to potential certifications: 101 , 102 , and 201 .

Potential candidates can register for these exams on the Nanfor site and get a discount on regular certification prices with training included.
This partnership also shows the benefit that LPI and its community derive from efforts over the past year to offer LPI certification tests and associated free learning materials in numerous languages, including Spanish.

LPI has opened itself, through its translations, training and certification, to new countries. This partnership demonstrates that Spanish translations make LPI training and certification very attractive for a Spanish company like Nanfor.

Juan Ibarra, Partner Success Manager for Latin America, the Caribbean and Spain at Linux Professional Institute, says: "Nanfor Ibérica has an excellent and forward-thinking team and serves as a great partner for LPI. I will ensure that they receive the support as they promote open source IT education.

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