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Cegos is awarded by Training Industry to be one of the top 20 content development companies!

June 8, 2015 5:00 pm

Cegos, New Horizons Training partner for providing soft-skills e-learning courses, has been selected as a 2015 Top 20 Content Development List Company by Training Industry … for the fifth year in a row!

Training Industry, which seeks out the training market’s best service and technology providers, ranked Cegos in its Top 20 Content Development Companies List.

The selection has been based by TI on the following criteria:

·         Industry visibility, innovation and impact

·         Capability to develop and deliver multiple types of content

·         Company size and growth potential

·         Depth and breadth of subject matter expertise

·         Quality of clients

·         Geographic reach

Present in the Top 20 alongside the biggest global players, Cegos consolidates its position as a global player for content development.

“The Top 20 Content Development list serves as a source of innovation and new ideas every year,” said Ken Taylor, president, Training Industry, Inc. “The companies on this year’s list continue to create superior and engaging content for all modalities.”

“This year’s Top 20 Content Development companies are finding unique and effective ways to design learning programs to support employee, partner and customer development across all industries,” said Doug Harward, chief executive officer, Training Industry, Inc.


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Cegos, twice rewarded by Training Industry

May 28, 2015 6:22 pm

Cegos, New Horizons Training partner for providing soft-skills e-learning courses, has this year entered the Training Industry Top 20 list in the ‘Training Outsourcing’ category. This ranking recognises its Managed Training Services (MTS) offer. Cegos has also been selected as a 2015 Top 20 ‘Content Development List Company’ by Training Industry for the fifth year in a row.

Training Industry, which seeks out the training market’s best service and technology providers, ranked Cegos in its Top 20 Training Outsourcing Companies List, on 2 April 2015. The award follows a joint application by the Cegos and Integrata teams.

Integrata has key know-how in leading Managed Training Services projects, i.e. projects that include training administration. This is a core expertise for the Cegos Group’s international expansion, since the Group already conducted many such assignments on behalf of major companies.

Last but not least: Cegos has also been selected on the Training Industry “Top 20 Content Development Companies List” for the fifth consecutive year!

Selection of this year’s Top Content Development Companies was based on the following criteria: Industry visibility, innovation and impact, Capability to develop and deliver multiple types of content, Company size and growth potential, Depth and breadth of  ubject matter expertise, Quality of clients, Geographic reach, etc.

Present in the Top 20 alongside the biggest global players, Cegos consolidates its position as a global player for content development.


 

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Upside Learning is one of the leading training outsourcing companies, as per 2015 Training Outsourcing Watch List

May 11, 2015 6:53 pm

Upside Learning, New Horizons Training partner for providing Learning Management System, has been recently classified as one of the leading training outsourcing companies according to the Training Outsourcing Companies Watch List for 2015.

The 2015 Training Outsourcing Companies Watch List recognizes eight companies from across the globe that provide outsourced learning services. Amongst the eight companies that it features, is Upside Learning, the leading provider of learning technology solutions.

For over 11 years, Upside Learning has been ruling the learning outsourcing space with its Custom Development and Technology services. Today, it provides Custom eLearning, Custom mLearning, Framework for Responsive earning Development (FRED), Multi-device Testing Lab, Translation and Localisation, Tool-based Rapid Learning as part of its Custom Development Services. Upside LMS the best value, responsive LMS, which is its proprietary Learning Management System, is offered as a part of its Technology Solutions along with admin  and allied services.

Amit Garg, Co- Founder and Director – Custom Learning Solutions, and Amit Gautam Co- Founder and Director – Technology Solutions, expressed their joy on being featured in 2015 Training Outsourcing Companies Watch List.

Selection to the 2015 Training Outsourcing Watch List is based on the below mentioned criteria, with each participating company undergoing extensive research, including thorough analysis of its capabilities, experience, and expertise.

1.       Innovative service offerings

2.       Ability to provide services on a global basis

3.       Unique and proven approach to Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) solutions

4.       Quality of client served

Earlier, Upside Learning has been featured in Training Industry Inc.’s Learning Portal Companies Watch List successively from 2011 – 2014 and in its Content Development Watch List in 2014.

The 2015 Training Outsourcing Companies Watch List is available for viewing here:


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NetDimensions Ranked as a Leader in the 2015 Aragon Research Globe for Enterprise Learning

April 13, 2015 1:49 pm

NetDimensions, New Horizons Training partner for providing talent management systems, has recently ranked as a Leader in the 2015 Aragon Research Globe for Enterprise Learning.

Hong Kong; March 10, 2015_NetDimensions (AIM: NETD; OTCQX: NETDY), a global provider of performance, knowledge, and learning management systems announced today that technology research and advisory firm Aragon Research has ranked NetDimensions as a ‘Leader’ in the Aragon Research GlobeTM Enterprise Learning. NetDimensions Learning, which is part of NetDimensions Talent Suite, is a multi-lingual, enterprise Learning Management System (LMS) recognized for customer satisfaction and product innovation.

The Globe for Enterprise Learning evaluated LMS vendors across three main parameters:

  • Strategy, which reflects the degree to which a vendor has the market understanding and strategic intent that are at the forefront of market direction.
  • Performance, which represents a vendor’s effectiveness in executing its defined strategy.
  • Reach, which is a measure of the global capability that a vendor can deliver that can have one of three values: national, international, or global.

‘Leaders’ are defined as having comprehensive strategies that align with industry direction and market demand, and effectively perform against those strategies.

NetDimensions was ranked as a ‘Leader’ for excellence in:

  • Enterprise-class LMS functionality
  • Compliance and extended-enterprise
  • Bespoke content development
  • Mobile innovations
  • Analytics capabilities

“Learning is critical in organizations in high-consequence markets,” said Jim Lundy, CEO and lead analyst at Aragon Research. “These organizations are looking for enterprise learning providers, such as NetDimensions, that understand the demands and requirements of highly regulated industries and can deliver compliance, mobile, and analytics on a global basis.”

NetDimensions Learning enables enterprises to manage the entire learning and development process from enrollment and delivery to testing, tracking, and reporting, as well as offer a highly flexible learning environment with individual development plans, competencies, licenses, and certifications. With NetDimensions Learning organizations can personalize learning, share knowledge, enhance performance, foster collaboration, and manage compliance for employees, customers, partners, and suppliers.

“We are honored that Aragon Research is again recognizing our leadership position in enterprise learning,” said Alex Poulos, Chief Marketing Officer at NetDimensions. “We have a clear market focus on organizations in high-consequence industries where learning is critical to continued business operations and the stakes are high not only for employees but also for the public, the society, and the environment. Our ‘Leader’ ranking in the Aragon Research Globe for Enterprise Learning reinforces our ongoing execution and our momentum.”

(source of the article: click here)


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Upside Learning provides a visual explanation to the need for Multi-device Learning

April 13, 2015 1:33 pm

New Horizons Training partner Upside Learning sheds light on the growing need for multi-device learning through its latest infographic, titled ‘Learning in a Multi-device World’.

With almost everyone using multiple devices to carry out daily activities, flexibility to access information/data on any device, at any time and place has become a norm.

For those involved in eLearning development and distribution, this poses a different level of challenge pertaining to designing, testing and delivery of the learning material. Upside Learning, a leading provider of learning technology solutions evangelizes that multi-device/responsive learning is the next level of learning technology. Through its latest infographic, titled ‘Learning in a Multi-device World’, it sheds light on the growing need for multi-device learning and shares some insights on the entire process of designing, maintaining quality and easy roll-out of learning in today’s multi-device world.

The infographic is divided into 3 sections-The Multi-device World, What is Multi-device Learning? And Getting started with Multi-device learning, each supported by relevant stats and information. The first section explains the increase in the number of devices and the transition between them that has become a part of the daily routine leading to the evolution of ‘The Multi-device World‘. The second section goes on to explain the need for multi-device learning in the present scenario. The third section provides an elucidation on the various aspects that have to be considered and some tips on getting started with Multi-device learning.

To view the infographic, click on the path here:
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