"Microsoft Certifications give our customers the confidence that we can meet their needs. And, our employees take great pride in earning the certifications."
Roman Loos | Ricoh Germany
Nearly ninety percent of IT hiring managers say that IT certifications help confirm subject-matter expertise. (CompTIA, Employer Perceptions of IT Training and Certification, January 2011)
Maximise your investment in technology
A trained and certified staff is more efficient at completing projects on time, on budget, and with fewer errors and less downtime. Certification also provides measurable results on training investments, so you can maximise your return on investment (ROI).
Eighty percent of IT managers believe effective training is critical to the success of a project. (IDC/MarketScape, Worldwide IT Education and Training Vendor Analysis, February 2012)
Keep your team learning and growing
Retain your skilled staff by creating a culture of career growth through continuous learning and demonstrating growth through certification. This helps keep your staff ahead of the technology curve while cultivating a skilled, satisfied workforce in a culture of improvement.
More than eighty percent of IT hiring managers say that IT certifications are used as a measure of a person's ability to work hard and achieve goals. (CompTIA, Employer Perceptions of IT Training and Certification, January 2011)