iT Learning Solution awarded Business Learning Partner status by Cisco
06/20/2012

This new Business Learning Partner designation only means that iTLS has been identified by Cisco to have met high standards for educational competency, training delivery, customer service and satisfaction.

Online PR News – 20-June-2012 – Singapore – Singapore-based IT training provider iT Learning Solution (iTLS) has achieved what many other IT training companies can only hope for. iTLS has been awarded the Cisco Business Learning Partner (BLP) status, solidifying once again its firm ambition of becoming one of the leading IT training centers in Asia.

Cisco BLP is a new level of accreditation that allows empowered partners to deliver advanced sales training to Cisco’s partners and customers and to help them drive more sales and allow them to understand that new technology has some great benefits to their business.

iTLS has been an Authorized Training Partner (ATP) of Cisco for many years now and this additional achievement proves that Cisco recognizes the fact that iTLS does indeed have the capability to deliver the most up-to-date and relevant IT trainings available.

This award further shows that Cisco acknowledges iTLS’s in depth understanding and hands-on expertise of Cisco technology and its efforts in contributing value to the industry and how it strives to find innovative ways to set itself apart from the rest.

As a Cisco Business Learning Partner, iTLS is authorized to deliver business sales training and is uniquely qualified to create, customize and offer these trainings in line with the Cisco development teams.

Norbert Jacobsen, Vice-President of iT Learning Solution Asia, comments, “This new designation only means that iTLS has been identified by Cisco to have met high standards for educational competency, training delivery, customer service and satisfaction. We have always demonstrated our desire to strengthen our ties with Cisco and of course now, we intend to grow our Business education training program in the months to come.”