Tata Interactive Systems (TIS), a global provider of learning solutions, has for the fifth consecutive year, been named in the ‘Top 20 Training Outsourcing Companies’ list by TrainingIndustry.com. This initiative is part of TrainingIndustry.com’s mission to continually monitor the global training marketplace for the best providers of training services and technologies.
"We are delighted to be recognized among the top 20 training outsourcing companies for the fifth year in a row," says Kshitij Nerurkar, Chief Operating Officer, TIS. "Designed to meet the needs of every sector, globally, Tata Interactive Systems’ solutions enable organizations to achieve their key initiatives with engaging learning solutions. These key initiatives are often multi-faceted and include examples like enterprise-wide process transformation, global leadership intervention for future managers or, driving a new customer philosophy in sales and marketing. At times, we also help organizations optimize their L&D resources. Also, while most of the outsourced learning solutions are meant to deliver flexibility and cost savings, they miss the mark on effectiveness… and this is where we come in,” cites Kshitij.
He further adds, “Stemming from 25 years of history in training design, we systematically devise learning frameworks to advise L&D functions and help them measure the success of these initiatives. We also provide content solutions using a combination of product formats like MOOCs-based intervention for leadership training or a tablet-based serious game for sales readiness or a competitive multi-player simulation for risk assessment.”
The selection of this year's "Top 20" list was based on the following criteria: industry visibility, innovation and impact, capability to deliver multiple types of training services, company size and growth potential, strength of clients and geographic reach.
“The Top 20 Training Outsourcing companies leverage their broad expertise to provide quality training BPO services for their clients,” said Doug Harward, Chief Executive Officer, Training Industry, Inc. “We continue to see deals touching all process capability areas, with average deal size remaining low.”
“This year’s Top 20 Companies offer an extensive range of training services and partnerships to support deals covering all regions globally,” said Ken Taylor, Chief Operating Officer, Training Industry, Inc. “The companies showed continued growth in keys areas like program delivery and custom content development.”