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Six Dimensions Expands Digital and Content Management Training Services

New My6D Training Courses Respond to the Demand for Enterprise Adobe® Experience Manager Content Author and Developer Resources

CINCINNATI, April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Six Dimensions, a privately held provider of expert digital technology consulting services announced today that it has expanded its training services, My6D Training, to both potential and existing customers who are adopting the Adobe® Experience Manager (AEM) solution. AEM incorporates the web content management technology formally known as Adobe CQ.  The new My6D Training courses are designed to help enterprises maximize their return on their software investment.


Courses are offered for content authors and developers at Six Dimensions' 6D Labs in Cincinnati, Ohio. 6D Labs is the company's center of excellence where professionals can gain market-relevant skills in a relaxed and fun environment. Courses are small in size allowing participants to receive comprehensive hands-on training and collaborate and share best practices with other participants. All courses are taught by Six Dimensions' certified and experienced professionals whom lead real-world digital and mobile implementations around the world for Fortune 100 companies.

Six Dimensions also offers My6D Training for companies at their location on their specific AEM environment. In addition, My6D Custom Training allows companies to work with Six Dimensions' senior architects to define the specific course modules needed to meet their unique project needs.

"We've been educating, empowering and enabling our customers for years, making sure they are capable of optimizing their AEM platform to achieve maximum business results," said TJ Iaciofano, Vice President of Digital and Content Solutions for Six Dimensions. "We are excited to expand our training offering to potential customers who need help adopting, migration or implementing AEM.  Hosting the training at 6D Labs and opening up our internal solution delivery lab to enterprise businesses is very rewarding. It's a creative, relaxed, and collaborative environment which is different than the typical classroom setting. It inspires discussion and sparks real-world knowledge sharing."  

The demand for AEM content author and developer training has been fueled by Adobe's leadership in web experience management over the last two years. Most recently, Adobe reported earnings March 18, 2014 that included an increase of over 24 percent for Adobe Marketing Cloud bookings. In August, 2013, Gartner, Inc. positioned AEM as a leader in its 2013 Magic Quadrant for Web Experience Management.

Training courses, descriptions, and registration information can be found at My6D Training at

About Six Dimensions
Six Dimensions delivers top performing people with skills and experience in the key digital technology areas that enterprises need during critical changes and growth. The company distinguishes itself by having the most ambitious and creative thought leaders who think beyond the code. With a diverse and esteemed network of consultants, Six Dimensions people are masters of their domain who customers listen to and call on. Six Dimensions is accountable to its clients, partners, and employees by honoring its commitments, providing results, and striving for the highest quality based on loyalty and integrity. For more information, visit

Media Contact: Hilary Smith, Six Dimensions, 303-513-1776, [email protected]

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