VectorLearning among Finalists for TBTF 2011 Technology Company of the Year Award

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The eLearning company joins only two other local companies in the elite list of finalists chosen by the Tampa Bay Technology Forum. The winner will be selected November 4, 2011 at the Industry Achievement Awards Gala in Tampa.

Our passion has always been to bring innovation and technology together to "wow" our customers and make a positive impact in our community" - Tom Wallce, CEO of VectorLearning.com

VectorLearning, comprised of design and construction education provider RedVector and online healthcare training leader, Care2Learn, has been selected as a finalist for Technology Company of the Year—one of six prestigious awards categories that make up this year’s eighth annual Tampa Bay Technology Forum Industry Achievement Awards.

The TBTF Industry Achievement Awards honor local companies that have made a significant impact on the Tampa Bay area technology community. VectorLearning was chosen as a finalist from more than 100 overall nominations and nearly 20 nominations for the category of Technology Company of the Year.

An innovator in the eLearning industry, VectorLearning utilizes the latest in web-based education technology to deliver superior-quality online CE for design and construction professionals as well as those in the post-acute care industry. Their award-winning Learning Management System simplifies state-mandated license requirements, course enrollment and reporting, and a full range of administrative features helps managers track and record staff training.

“It means so much to be recognized for this award,” says VectorLearning CEO Tom Wallace. “As an eLearning company, our passion has always been to bring innovation and technology together to ‘wow’ our customers and make a positive impact on our community. We’re proud to be making a difference in the Tampa Bay area and beyond.”

Winners will be selected following a thorough internal review process by a distinct panel of judges. TBTF will announce the winners Friday, November 4, 2011 at the 8th Annual Industry Achievement Awards Gala at the A La Carte Event Pavilion in Tampa. For a complete list of the Tampa Bay Technology Forum 2011 Industry Achievement Awards Finalists, visit http://www.cvent.com/events/tbtf-industry-achievement-awards-gala/event-summary-2a46fb8408b84c5cb18aafffa8d85622.aspx.

About Tampa Bay Technology Forum

Founded in 2000, TBTF is a professional membership organization dedicated to growing a high-tech economy in the Tampa Bay region. TBTF’s 350 member companies represent more than 40,000 employees include technology entrepreneurs, technology professionals, business and community leaders, investors, government representatives, researchers and educators. For more information, visit http://www.tbtf.org.

About VectorLearning

VectorLearning sets the standard for excellence in online continuing education and training for licensed and certified professionals in the engineering, architectural, construction (AEC) and post-acute healthcare industries. With an online library exceeding 1,500 courses authored by more than 200 subject matter experts and spanning all 50 states, VectorLearning serves more than 300,000 working professionals. The recipient of numerous community honors and industry awards, VectorLearning was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Tampa, Florida. For further information call 1-866-546-1212 or visit http://www.VectorLearning.com.

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