New Horizons Partners with Caveo Learning to Offer Custom Training Solutions

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5 Point Enterprises, which owns and manages fifteen New Horizons Computer Learning Centers in seven central U.S. states, has formalized a partnership with Caveo Learning of Chicago, to launch a Professional Services Division focused on custom training solutions. The new division will help companies overcome both IT and organizational performance gaps.

Custom Training for the Enterprise from New Horizons

New Horizons Computer Learning Centers to offer Custom Training Solutions with partner Caveo Learning

This partnership enables us to offer turn-key training solutions...to support call center operations, sales team effectiveness, product and service introductions, custom application training, and ERP and SAP deployments.

5 Point Enterprises, which owns and manages fifteen New Horizons Computer Learning Centers in seven central U.S. states, has formalized a partnership with Caveo Learning of Chicago, to launch a Professional Services Division focused on custom training solutions. The new division will help companies overcome both IT and organizational performance gaps.

“We are thrilled to formalize our partnership with New Horizons,” said Jeff Carpenter CEO of Caveo Learning. “We’ve worked together effectively for many years and this provides an opportunity for two strong learning organizations to create a unique brand of specialized services for customers.”

The division, staffed with instructional designers, technical developers and graphic designers, will work directly with clients’ internal teams to take their proprietary business processes and combine them with industry best practices to deliver performance-enhancing custom training solutions. The provided services include e-learning, instructor led training, curriculum architecture design, competency modeling, and organizational development. Areas of focus include: improving sales revenue, boosting customer service, increasing production, maximizing regulation compliance, ensuring enterprise-wide continuous improvement – as well as enhancing employee and leadership effectiveness.

“Caveo Learning is a trusted provider for a wide range of organizational development needs, and this partnership enables us to offer turn-key training solutions to our clients,” said Derek Wright, 5Point president and CEO. “Through Caveo, our Professional Services Division will provide a full range of custom learning solutions to support call center operations, sales team effectiveness, product and service introductions and reintroductions, custom application training, management training, and ERP and SAP implementations and redeployments.”

About New Horizons Computer Learning Centers

With over 300 centers in 70 countries, U.S.-based New Horizons Worldwide Inc. is the world’s largest IT training company. Through an integrated learning approach that ensures that new knowledge can be applied to real-life situations, New Horizons delivers a full range of technology and business skills training from basic application and desktop productivity tools to complex and integrated business systems.

5Point Enterprises, LLC. 5Point owns and manages fifteen New Horizons centers in Colorado, Kansas, Kentucky, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, and Texas. For more information, visit nhcomputerlearning.com

About Caveo Learning

Caveo Learning is a full-service training and development firm specializing in custom end-user training. Caveo’s overarching strategy is to partner with its clients’ teams, combining joint expertise to create experiential, performance-driven solutions for e-learning, instructor led training, curriculum architecture design, competency modeling and organizational development. Since 2004, Caveo Learning has been providing output-focused learning solutions for Fortune 1000 and leading middle market organizations. For more information on Caveo Learning, or for a free training readiness and documentation evaluation of your custom learning efforts, visit CaveoLearning.com.

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