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Monday, October 15, 2012

IMC join Towards Maturity’s ambassador programme

Talent management solutions provider IMC has joined benchmarking company Towards Maturity's growing ambassador programme.

The programme sees companies coming together as ambassadors for change, striving to identify and develop good practice, in addition to raising awareness and driving the whole learning technology industry forward. They also share a common passion for ensuring that independent advice is freely available to all.

Towards Maturity's annual benchmark isan online learning technology study that provides its participants with personalised benchmark reports to help improve the impact of learning technologies in their organisations.  Both the study and personalised benchmark reports are free as a result of the programme.

Dr Dirk Thissen, regional director of Northern Europe at IMC, said: "With more than four million people in more than 1,000 companies and public institutions putting their trust in our products and service, we pride ourselves at promoting good practice.

"We are proud to support the outstanding work by Towards Maturity's ambassadors to increase learning technology good practice globally."  

The 2012 Benchmark Study is currently analysing how organisations' learning strategies are responding to uncertain economic times, including how this climate is affecting budgets, technology changes and the building of talent. It also looked at the impact learning technologies are having in organisations of different sizes and sectors. Furthermore, it will uncover the hype verses the reality of learning technology trends, whilst detailing drivers, barriers and benefits.

Laura Overton, managing director of Towards Maturity, said: "We are delighted that IMC has joined our growing ambassador programme.

"We are seeing an increasing trend to benchmark not only in the UK, but internationally. IMC's global perspective will be invaluable to help ensure that more organisations are aware of the effective practices that really make a difference."

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