Training Today: Partnerships and Alliances (Nov/Dec 2012)

The latest training industry mergers, acquisitions, partnerships, and more.


>> IMC AG, a provider of e-learning and talent management solutions, will implement its CLIX learning management system (LMS) at Category Management Knowledge Group (CMKG), a category management training provider for the consumer packaged goods and retail industries.

>> eCornell will provide leadership development training to high-potential managers at Mobiltel, a supplier of telecommunications services in Bulgaria. Mobiltel’s internal Leadership Development Program is designed to put into practice the five principles of a broader organizational redesign initiative: customer centricity, time to market, value-based growth, cost control, and innovation.

>> Global performance improvement solutions provider GP Strategies Corporation completed its acquisition of BlessingWhite, a provider of leadership development and employee engagement solutions.

>> Asure Software, Inc., a workplace management software provider, and Brivo Systems LLC, a provider of cloud applications for security management, formed a partnership that integrates Brivo’s ACS WebService software with the AsureSpace Resource Scheduler solution. Their integrated solution allows users to check into existing workspace reservations made in Resource Scheduler simply by swiping their Brivo security card when accessing the corresponding building.?

>> University of Phoenix and the American Petroleum Institute created an alliance that will provide new educational opportunities for current and potential oil and gas workers interested in continuing their education. University of Phoenix consulted with API and GP Strategies Corporation to create a Credit Recommendation Guide that includes API University’s Mechanical Maintenance, Electrical Maintenance, and Industrial Math & Science Certificates. ?

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