New Horizons Named Top 20 IT Training Company Five Years in a Row
November 15, 2012 CARY, NC—New Horizons Computer Learning Centers has again
earned a spot among the Top 20 Information Technology educational companies
in the world for the fifth straight year
, according to TrainingIndustry.com
, a leading
Click here to view the Top 20 IT Training Companies
Selection of this year's Top 20 IT Training Companies list was based on the
- Leadership and innovation in IT training
- Breadth of IT training and delivery methods offered
- Company size and growth potential
- Strength of clients
- Geographic reach
"The Top 20 IT Training Companies list features organizations with a great combination of services, size, and innovation in the market," said Ken Taylor, Chief Operating Officer of Training Industry, Inc
. "These companies provide a wide range of services and delivery methods, often over a span of multiple industries and countries."
"We have five new companies on this year's list which is a testament to how competitive the IT Training market really is. We received an abundance of quality applications, but we feel like we are presenting the premier IT Training Companies available," said Doug Harward, Chief Executive Officer of Training Industry, Inc.
TrainingIndustry.com will also announce its Top IT Training Companies "Watch List" in the coming weeks. While reviewing application surveys and company interviews, the selection committee discovered a handful of exciting and innovative companies that are solidifying their places in the IT training marketplace. Stay tuned for more on that list.
About New Horizons
For over 30 years in over 300 locations, New Horizons has offered an extensive selection of vendor-authorized training and certifications for top technology providers such as Microsoft, Cisco, CompTIA and VMware. In fact, we are Microsoft's largest training provider, delivering more than 40% of all authorized Microsoft training worldwide. Our innovative, award-winning learning methods such as Online LIVE have revolutionized the way students learn, retain and apply new knowledge.