(PRWEB) August 30, 2013
From a field of strong contenders, Quint Wellington Redwood (“Quint”) won a significant contract from Passport Canada (a program conducted by Citizenship and Immigration, Canada). “The awarded Contract, (delivered in June of 2013) is highly relevant in today’s learning environment,” stated Ben San Roman, North American Director of Quint Learning.
“This is just one of the many examples of what we are experiencing in the field. Companies and government institutions increasingly are expressing a need for training which is not “one size fits all,” San Roman explained.
A unique feature offered by Quint Learning is the ability and willingness to customize training programs. These programs utilize an organization’s proprietary intellectual content to design a specific curriculum based on best practices and in every subject provided in Quint Learning’s vast portfolio. “I believe,” continued San Roman, "that the customization feature we offer and achieve, could be a factor in why Quint Learning was chosen over its competitors to win this Contract from Passport Canada. We can apply this method to train Project Managers or Architects or any IT professionals within an organization, and the training is instantly relevant in their day to day world and operation."
About Quint Wellington Redwood
Quint Wellington Redwood – Quint – is a leading global independent consulting firm dedicated to resolving IT related organizational challenges. Operating in more than 49 countries and across four continents, Quint provides strategy, sourcing, and service management to leading organizations from all industries, creating and implementing best practices worldwide.
About Quint Learning
Quint Learning is a division of Quint Wellington Redwood, which since 1992 has been training and certifying IT professionals world-wide. The offerings include customization with regard to organizational proprietary content, languages, and unique cultural settings, and in all subject matters related to IT service management and accepted “best practices.”