Tata Interactive Systems (TIS), a global provider of learning solutions, has for the fourth consecutive year, been named in the ‘Top 20 Content Development Companies’ list by TrainingIndustry.com. This initiative is part of TrainingIndustry.com’s mission to continually monitor the global training marketplace for the best providers of training services and technologies.
"We continue to raise the bar on our content and learning solutions and are pleased to be listed among the top 20 content development companies," says Kshitij Nerurkar, Chief Operating Officer, TIS. "This is attributed to TIS’ 500+multi-disciplinary specialists, who create and develop innovative custom content that addresses the learning and development needs of organizations globally. Today, there are several developers who use tools to produce rapid content and offer it at a low cost. However, only a handful combine the advantage of cost and pace with engaging design. We have been able to consistently differentiate on all the three factors owing to our investments in product formats such as SimBLs® and TOPSIM® for simulations, GamBLs® for serious games, story-based learning, learning nuggets and many others to deliver a highly effective learning experience,” adds Kshitij.
The selection of this year's "Top 20" list was based on the following criteria: industry visibility, innovation and impact, capability to deliver multiple types of training services, company size and growth potential, depth & breadth of subject matter expertise, strength of clients and geographic reach.
“Providing superior custom training content and curriculum design is at the heart of any major training initiative,” said Doug Harward, Chief Executive Officer, Training Industry, Inc. “Our 2014 Top 20 companies truly put their excellent diagnostics skills to work to keep the programs they develop aligned to the clients’ goals.”
“The 2014 Content Development Top 20 List sets the bar for vertical or subject matter expertise and strategic program design for the industry,” said Ken Taylor, Chief Operating Officer, Training Industry, Inc. “This year’s selections aggressively introduce new approaches, tools and technologies to make the learning stick. They are all focused on pushing the envelope on some and driving many of the key innovations in the marketplace.”