QMIND Named to 'Top 20 Specialized E-Learning Process Providers' List by TrainingOutsourcing.com

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QMIND, provider of design collaboration software for e-learning design teams, ranks beside the industry’s most respected e-learning software and service providers. QMIND's on-demand solutions have proven to significantly reduce time-to-market of mission critical training and marketing content for corporations that partner with outsource design agencies.

QMIND, provider of on-demand design collaboration software for enterprise e-learning design teams, was listed this week by TrainingOutsourcing as one of the top 20 providers in the e-learning market.

As more organizations struggle to create and maintain current e-learning and training, third party suppliers become a critical component for controlling quality and cost. TrainingOutsourcing’s annual list recognizes leading training outsourcing companies for their high quality of services and comprehensive capabilities. All have demonstrated expertise and experience in managing major business process outsourcing engagements as well as creating a significant impact on the industry.

QMIND's on-demand solutions have proven to dramatically reduce time-to-market of mission critical training content for corporations with geographically distributed teams and that partner with outsource agencies.

"QMIND is among a short list of companies that possess unique capabilities. They have demonstrated an ability to add business value through innovative learning initiatives," said Doug Harward, CEO and founder of TrainingOutsourcing.com.

Michael Berkley, founder and CEO of QMIND, said, "We are very pleased to be recognized among the leaders in training solutions. This proves we have created a unique, vital solution." Berkley and a core team of design professionals have built QMIND to fill a void they experienced first hand within large enterprises and design agencies. QMIND’s web-based software supports collaborative design, visualization, and publishing of instructional multimedia content. The solution dramatically reduces costly delays and endless rework of web-based training and marketing content, and makes it possible for design teams, who are often distributed geographically, to streamline content development.

The 20 companies on this list are recognized as leaders or 'best in class' in supplying specific learning process services in support of comprehensive training outsourcing service providers or directly to corporate and government clients.

TrainingOutsourcing reviewed 75 companies to assess their expertise, experience, strengths and capabilities. They evaluated corporate competencies in the 22 processes identified in the Training Process Framework. They also looked at the strength within 13 business capabilities areas such as financial stability, geographic reach, and talent leadership.

QMIND, founded in 2004, achieved this recognition among considerably larger companies like Hewlett Packard and Thomson. QMIND shares the content development tools category with Adobe and Harbinger Group.

About QMIND:

QMIND, Inc. http://www.qmind.com develops and markets web-based software enabling teams to collaboratively design, review, and publish interactive multimedia for training and marketing. QMIND’s Design Collaboration Platform is the world’s first team-based multimedia design platform addressing specific needs of internal and geographically distributed creative teams. QMIND is headquartered in Portland, Oregon with sales associates in Washington, D.C.; Austin, Texas; and Lansing, Michigan.

About Training Outsourcing:

TrainingOutsourcing.com is a web-based knowledge community dedicated to the training industry and focused on bringing corporate executives and training suppliers together to facilitate mutually beneficial economic relationships. Additional information on TrainingOutsourcing.com can be found at http://www.trainingoutsourcing.com. TrainingOutsourcing.com is a division of Training Industry, Inc., based in Cary, North Carolina.

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