Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) June 9, 2010
While spending on corporate training, learning and development has dropped 21 percent in the past two years, Knowledge Factor, Inc., the industry innovator in assessment and learning software, is increasing its client portfolio and bucking the downturn. The company today released its latest new business wins which includes industry leaders in healthcare and telecommunications.
Some of the company’s new clients include:
CVS Caremark – The Fortune 500 retail pharmacy and healthcare corporation
McKesson – The oldest and largest healthcare services company in the world; also a Fortune 500 company
TW Telecom – A leading provider of managed networking solutions to a wide array of businesses and organizations
“I think it is fair to say that almost everyone who sees our technology believes that we have a revolutionary application that represents the opportunity for them to think about learning in a new way,” said Bob Burgin, CEO of Knowledge Factor. “We’re excited to be paired with companies that have such excellent reputations and we look forward to further expanding the scope of our business in the months and years to come.”
About Knowledge Factor
Founded in 2001, Denver-based Knowledge Factor is the only company in the world that provides Fortune 500 companies, private corporations and universities full access to their learners’ shades of knowledge. Unlike traditional testing methodologies that offer simplistic, black-and-white test results, Knowledge Factor’s patented Assessment and Learning methodology removes doubt and guesswork from test results, and reveals nuanced shades of knowledge that show what learners truly know. Based on these more accurate and insightful results, the Knowledge Factor software algorithmically creates a personalized learning plan to propel learners to 100 percent Mastery of information faster, more efficiently and with greater retention than any other product on the market. For more information, visit http://www.knowledgefactor.com.
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