Our goal is to integrate the best resources for these professionals into an easily researched, frequently updated site created with their needs in mind.
Moscow, ID (PRWEB) October 3, 2007
Economic Modeling Specialists, Inc. (EMSI) is pleased to announce the launch of a free online Resource Library to assist the work of regional workforce, education, and economic development professionals.
The Resource Library features the EMSI blog, which focuses on the latest regional development news, articles, links, case studies, as well as highlights of best practices and whitepapers.
Andrew Crapuchettes, CEO of EMSI, said that he hopes the Resource Library can become a valuable asset for regional developers across the nation. "We think that the EMSI Resource Library is a useful tool for collaborative knowledge on the three fronts of workforce, education, and economic development," he said. "Our goal is to integrate the best resources for these professionals into an easily researched, frequently updated site created with their needs in mind."
In addition to supplying information for a broad audience of regional developers, the EMSI Resource Library also provides information and materials that will help clients take advantage of the full potential of EMSI's products and services.
Developed to aid the research and strategic planning of professionals in workforce development, higher education (particularly community and technical colleges), and economic development, the EMSI Resource Library provides a data-driven perspective, focusing on finding, analyzing, and applying data to provide solutions for regional development issues.
EMSI is a professional services firm which has recently merged with CCbenefits Inc. to provide a complete suite of web-based tools and reports designed for workforce, education, and economic development. Over 700 community and technical colleges, hundreds of workforce boards, numerous economic development councils, state departments of commerce, Manpower, Inc., and the U.S. Treasury have used the tools and reports developed by EMSI. For more information about the EMSI Resource Library, please contact Merilee Olps 208-883-3500 x128.