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Leader in IT and Business Training NetCom Learning Expands its Sales in Northeast Region of U.S.

NetCom Learning grows the business in Northeast region through increased revenue and marketing events

NEW YORK, Feb. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- NetCom Learning, the leader in IT and business training, announces it is making a major push in sales in the Northeast region of the United States. The company had one of its best years to date in 2012 and is continuing its forward motion with the hiring of one of the top sales persons in the IT training industry and an ongoing event series in major Northeast cities through 2013. By 2014, NetCom Learning is planning to grow 25% of its overall revenue as well as expanding its locations across the Northeast region including New Jersey and Boston, Massachusetts.

"We believe our company is poised to achieve greatness in the learning industry in the northeast United States and other regions, as we provide the learning solutions needed by organizations to meet the current skills gap in the information technology industry and help individuals achieve their educational goals," said Russell Sarder, CEO of NetCom Learning.

"We are committed to reaching our goals as a company and to act as a catalyst in our mission to encourage lifelong learning in the United States and internationally," said Sarder.

Northeast Sales

NetCom Learning has a plan to hold ten percent of the U.S. $24 billion dollar technical learning industry in the next twenty years. The northeastern United States is a big part of that plan. The hiring of a top sales executive in the training industry who brings in on average 1.4 million in revenue annually is just a start. The Northeast is already a very important part of the NetCom Learning business with its headquarters in New York City and offices in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and the Washington, DC area. The addition of the company's new sales executive to the sales team will help increase current strong sales in the northeast to greater heights. All three northeast locations offer IT and business training in more than 1,000 courses from more than 20 vendor partners. NetCom Learning also offers intensive boot camps at the New York location so that IT professionals can prepare for certification exams in a concentrated environment. NetCom Learning is committed to expanding their learning business through the launching of new products, the addition of new vendors, new locations and learning solutions.

Microsoft Event Series

NetCom Learning has been sponsoring complimentary seminar events as part of the "What's New in Microsoft Technologies". All day events have taken place in the Washington, DC area and New York and new events are scheduled through 2013 in New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Connecticut. These well attended seminars attended by IT professionals, IT executives and decision makers from Fortune 500 companies such as IBM, HP, Siemens, Dell, AT&T, General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin, and top governmental agencies have focused on the latest Microsoft technologies such as Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8. The events are open to any individual or organization interested in learning about how the new Microsoft products and product enhancements can improve their skills, increase productivity and grow a business. IT professionals can also find information about new Microsoft IT certifications and upcoming courses. Speakers at the events in the Northeast have included Learning NetCom Technical trainers such as Victor Utz and Neil Masih. In addition, NetCom Learning has been proud to include IT specialists and executives from Microsoft who have also provided presentations at the technology events including Paul Schenkel, Sales Manager, Partner Hosting & Cloud Services, Alison Cunard, General Manager of Sales & Marketing for Microsoft Learning and Jose Soto, expert in Microsoft devices.

Awards and Recognition

NetCom Learning was chosen as Microsoft's Learning Partner of the Year from a pool of 1400 training companies. The company has also won training awards and recognition from CompTIA, the EC-Council and other vendors. NetCom Information Technology is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner for Learning Solutions (CPLS). CPLS is the premier training channel and delivery mechanism for Microsoft Dynamics training content. Microsoft recognized our commitment and ability to deliver high-quality learning services using a consultative engagement model. Only Microsoft Certified Trainers are used in NetCom Learning Microsoft classes. 

NetCom Learning was named to the 2012 Top 20 IT Training Companies by TrainingIndustry.com and was named "Company of the Year" by the American Business Awards. The company also received a Bronze Stevie Award from the American Business Awards for its proprietary Learning CMS, and CEO Russell Sarder was honored as Executive of the Year by the same organization.

For more information about NetCom Learning, visit http://www.netcomlearning.com/about-us/about-us.html?advid=412

About NetCom Learning
NetCom Learning is an innovative leader in IT, business and executive training to companies, individuals, and government agencies. Since its inception in 1998, NetCom Learning has trained over 80 percent of the Fortune 100, serviced over 45,500 business customers, and advanced the skills of more than 71,000 professionals through hands-on, expert-led training, with the organization maintaining an average instructor evaluation score of 8.6 out of 9. NetCom Learning was recognized by Microsoft Corporation as its Worldwide Training Partner of the Year and named thrice to Inc. Magazine's list of fastest growing private companies in America. The organization was also recently named to the 2012 Top 20 IT Training Companies by TrainingIndustry.com and was named "Company of the Year" by the American Business Awards.

The purpose of NetCom Learning is to promote the values of lifelong learning.

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