Tata Interactive Systems Selected As Top 20 IT Training Companies Globally by TrainingIndustry.com

Mumbai, India - 3 November 2011

Ranked amongst the top 20 for the second consecutive year and positioned as one of the best providers for IT Training Services

Tata Interactive Systems, the pioneer and global leader in E-Learning and Simulations, was recently selected amongst the Top 20 IT Training Companies of 2011 in an evaluation conducted by TrainingIndustry.com. This is the second consecutive year wherein Tata Interactive Systems was chosen and has been conferred as one of the best IT Training Service provider. Tata Interactive Systems also features on the list of the Top 20 Custom Content Companies and Top 20 Training Outsourcing Companies for 2011 by Trainingindustry.com.

TrainingIndustry.com’s annual assessment of training service providers aims to continually monitor several key areas of the workforce development industry and the Top Company Lists help organizations connect with the right training partner to increase productivity and potential. Selection to this year's Top 20 IT Training Companies was based on the following criteria: Leadership and innovation in IT training; Breadth of IT training and delivery methods offered; Company size and growth potential; Strength of clients and Geographic reach.

“We are delighted to make it to the Top 20 list for the second straight year,” says Rajesh Jumani, Executive Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer, Tata Interactive Systems. “Our innovative solutions have played a key role in enabling key organizational IT initiatives for our global clients. The Top 20 position reflects our commitment to quality learning experience our customers receive”.

Since 1990 Tata Interactive Systems has developed more than 3000 hours of learning every year for over 60 Fortune 500 clients worldwide. TIS has provided strategic learning solutions to organizations across the corporate, education, and government segments.

“Our Top 20 IT Training companies stand out as the best providers in a very competitive segment of the training industry. Companies demonstrated that they could cover a broad range of topic areas in the modality of choice for their clients,” said Ken Taylor, Chief Operating Officer, TrainingIndustry.com.

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