Recent Release: HP Sales – DesignJet Large Format Printing (2014) Certification
This April, HP has launched a number of certifications. Besides HP ATP – Server Solutions V1, the vendor released a new Sales credential – DesignJet Large Format Printing . Some of HP certification regulars probably remember this title – we saw it back in 2012 and 2013. This year, it has been updated again.
HP Sales Certified – DesignJet Large Format Printing  credential validates the knowledge and competency needed to sell HP Designjet Large Format Printing solutions to customers. Passing the related exam and obtaining this credential means that the candidate has the knowledge of the complete Designjet T-Series and Z-Series portfolio. This certification covers product positioning, target markets, key values of each printer and product benefits.
Having acquired this certification, the sales professional should be able to grow their business by recommending HP Designjet Large Format Printing solutions within their customers’ environment. While the certification does not have any prerequisites and is open for everyone, it primarily targets
Typical candidates for this certification are sales professionals seeking to increase their knowledge of HP Designjet Large Format Printing Solutions.
HP Sales Certified – Designjet Large Format Printing  helps candidates achieve the following goals:
To obtain the credential, candidates need to pass HP2-B113 Exam (Selling HP Designjet Large Format Printing). This is an hour-long web based exam that contains 40 questions (multiple choice – single response and multiple response). The minimum passing score is 70%.
Here’s the objectives/sections breakdown for the HP2-B113 Exam:
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