New Delhi, India/Atlanta, GA, November 7, 2016: NIIT Limited, a leading provider of managed training services announced today that it has been selected as a 2016 Top 20 IT Training Company for the seventh year by TrainingIndustry.com. TrainingIndustry.com continually monitors the training marketplace for the best providers of IT training services/technologies in support of corporate learning and development.
Selection of NIIT to this year's Top 20 IT Training Companies List 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
- Quality and number of clients/users
- Geographic reach
- Awards, recognition and competitive differentiation
"The 2016 Top IT Training Companies List recognizes the most prominent names in IT training," said Ken Taylor, President, Training Industry, Inc. "We found that these companies provide some of the highest quality corporate training available, often adapting their offerings to meet the specific training needs of their customers.
"IT training is in our DNA. We provide technology customer education for the world's leading companies and we want to focus on consistently delivering innovation, scalability, and value to this continuously evolving industry," said Sapnesh Lalla, President - Corporate Learning Group, NIIT Limited.
Devenderjit Chadha, Senior Vice President, Learning Delivery and Operations at NIIT said, "We are honored to be among the Top 20 IT Training companies for the seventh year. This is a very dynamic industry and we constantly monitor market needs and trends to deliver the most innovative, cutting-edge, and cost-effective IT training services for our customers."
"The IT training market is one of the largest and most constantly evolving segments within the training industry," said Doug Harward, Chief Executive Officer, Training Industry, Inc. "These organizations are the key players in this space in part because they have demonstrated the ability to innovate and respond to market needs."