ARI Scores a Big Win in the Business Leader Magazine's 2007 Champions Award

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American Research Institute, Inc. is the recipient of Business Leader Magazine's first annual Business Champions Award for 2007 in the category of computer and engineering.

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American Research Institute, Inc. is the recipient of Business Leader Magazine's first annual Business Champions Award for 2007 in the category of computer and engineering. The award ceremony took place on Tuesday, March 27, 2007 at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Cary.
Wake Tech and Business Leader Magazine recently joined forces to pay tribute to the Triangle's most innovative businesses by creating the Business Champions Award. According to Dr. Stephen C. Scott, President of Wake Tech Community College, the award recognizes the contribution of local businesses having a positive impact on the community through creation of new jobs, use of cutting-edge technology, and promotion of economic growth.

"ARI is honored to receive this award and we continue our commitment to the research and development of innovative training in the Triangle area", said Richard Kristof, President and CEO of ARI.

ARI recently helped to form the North Carolina Advanced Learning Technologies Association (NC ALTA). Wake Tech Community college unveiled its new Simulation and Game development lab in February, 2007.

Business champion award winners will also be profiled in Business Leader's special Business Champions publication in May 2007.

About ARI
American Research Institute, Inc. ("ARI") is a leading provider of customized education, training support services, consultative services, and event management. As both a prime and Small Business subcontractor, ARI specializes in assisting government agencies and commercial clients in designing creative and highly effective training solutions. ARI uses the latest instructional design technologies, proven methods to engage and maintain the interest of the adult learner, and strong experience in the overall business of training. ARI clients directly benefit from this rich experience and are able to achieve maximum results from the training investment.

ARI Services Include:
•Design of blended custom training content for traditional classroom or web delivery
•Extensive logistical and back office support of training events
•Content hosting and overall management of training programs
•Consultative services to analyze current training programs and recommend solutions
•Staffing of training professionals representing all disciplines
•Partial to complete outsourcing of training divisions or function

To learn more about ARI, visit the website at:

Richard Kristof,
President, CEO
American Research Institute, Inc.

About Wake Technical Community College
Wake Technical Community College (Wake Tech) is a two-year, public institution providing an open door to education and training for the citizens of Wake County and surrounding communities. Known as "College for the Real World," the college provides a comprehensive array of learning opportunities. Curriculum (for-credit) programs in more than 168 academic, vocational, and technical specialties offer two-year associate degrees in science, applied science, the arts, and general education; university transfer programs for entry into four-year institutions; and diploma and certificate programs that prepare workers to succeed at jobs in high demand in the community. Wake Tech offers a broad scope of continuing education courses, including training for entrepreneurs and small business owners, public safety officer training (fire, rescue, and law enforcement), high school equivalency classes, and noncredit courses for personal and professional development. As the second largest community college in the state, Wake Tech provides customized workforce training for new and expanding industries and a cooperative education program that interfaces with the corporate community. For more information, please visit:

About Business Leader Magazine
Published monthly, Business Leader Magazine is the Triangle's premiere business magazine. Examples of typical feature stories include coverage of trends making an impact in the Triangle, companies doing business in the triangle, and issues relevant to decision makers. Expert columns highlight a variety of topics including women in business, management, entrepreneurship, marketing, and business insight. More information is available at:


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