Published: December 04, 2012
TEKsystems Earns Position on TrainingIndustry.com 2012 IT Training Companies Watch List
HANOVER, Md. - (BUSINESS WIRE) - TEKsystems, a leading provider of IT
staffing solutions, IT talent management expertise and IT services,
announced today its Training
and Education Services division earned a position on the TrainingIndustry.com
2012 IT Training Companies Watch List.
TrainingIndustry.com evaluates providers of IT training services using
several criteria to determine the organizations that meet the standards
of the IT Training Companies Watch List. The criteria include assessing
new and innovative service offerings, uniqueness of approach to IT
training solutions, quality of initial clients, and overall company
reach and growth rate.
"This year's list features a set of innovative companies that really
stood out during our selection process. These companies have found their
place in the market, have a great set of initial clients and they show
signs of strong growth," says Doug Harward, Chief Executive Officer of
Training Industry, Inc.
To read the complete release at NewsBlaze,
TEKsystems Earns Position on TrainingIndustry.com 2012 IT Training Companies Watch List,
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