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How to become an Authorized HP service center

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Hi,

I have a question - does anyone knows the requirements of "How to become an Authorized HP service center"?

This same goes to Samsung as well?

Any idea?

I am a CompTIA A+ as well as CDRP Certified but i was wondering what the requirements as i have not reached out to HP nor Samsung?
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by:Jackie Man
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You need to start from learning HP technology first.

https://www.mylearninghpe.com/hpcpbenefits/hpelogin.aspx?HPPSESSION=NO
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You can really only get that type of info directly from the companies. You probably need to be at least a certain size, have a certain number of employees who got some training at HP/Samsung etc. Both HP and Samsung make a large range of products, so you  will probably also have to support those.
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