Aptech among global top 20 in training outsourcing sector

Wednesday, 18 July 2007, 07:00 Hrs
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Kolkata: Aptech, the global learning solutions company, has featured amongst top 20 "Global Training Outsourcing Service Provider (OSP)" companies for the second consecutive year.

The listing is done by TrainingOutsourcing.com, a web-based knowledge community dedicated to the training industry and focused on bringing corporate executives and training suppliers together to facilitate mutually beneficial economic relationships.

A company release here Wednesday said over 275 companies were considered to assess their expertise, experience, and capabilities and Aptech made it to the first 20 list.

An Indian company, Aptech commenced its IT education and training business in 1986 and has trained over 4.5 million students - globally.

Pramod Khera, CEO & managing director, Aptech, said: "Our inclusion in this prestigious list vindicates our commitment to our customers. It will help us partner with organisations who are searching for high quality, reputed organisations to outsource their requirements."

The company said the evaluation criteria included corporate competencies in the 22 business processes identified in the Training Process Framework.

The 'Global Top 20' list recognises the leading training outsourcing companies for their high quality of services and comprehensive capabilities, with demonstrated expertise and experience in managing major training outsourcing and learning content development services engagements, as well as creating a significant impact on the industry.
Source: IANS
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