The Top 20 Outsourcing Companies is an annual ranking of the best in learning outsourcing by TrainingIndustry.com.
Tata Interactive Systems (TIS), a global learning pioneer, has featured in the 2017 Top 20 Training Outsourcing Companies list for the eighth year running by TrainingIndustry.com. The Top 20 list is a compilation of the top training outsourcing companies based on the breadth and quality of their services and capabilities.
"We are proud to be featured on the Top 20 list for Training Outsourcing for the 8th year, which strongly reflects on our continued commitment to be a trusted and highly regarded developer of training services and content," says Saurabh Mittal, Chief Operating Officer, Tata Interactive Systems.
“As the education market evolves, TIS continues to stay ahead of the curve by creating award-winning solutions featuring emerging technologies such as augmented and virtual reality. TIS continues to build on its strengths of strong processes and learning expertise to develop learning and development solutions that effectively meet our clients’ training needs,” he adds.
Selection to this year's Top 20 Training Outsourcing Companies 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.
“As the demand for sourced training services has changed, the companies selected for this year’s Top 20 Training Outsourcing Companies list have responded,” said Ken Taylor, President, Training Industry, Inc on TrainingIndustry.com. “These companies have adapted to the needs of the training industry, with capabilities in delivery, content, administrative services and learning technology that align with buyers’ needs.”
“As experts in business process outsourcing, the companies named to the Top 20 Training Outsourcing Companies list are able to support a broad range of an organization’s training initiatives, from large-scale roll-outs to specific training technology or delivery needs,” said Doug Harward, CEO, Training Industry, Inc.