Arrow To Launch In Africa: iEnter has signed up IBM certified training
There is a growing demand for technological skills across the African continent. In a move seen as ensuring that the skills training provided in Africa meets international standards, iEnter an enterprise solution providers, has entered into a new partnership with IBM that will ensure that African companies get world-class technology training.
iEnter has signed up a deal with Arrow Learning Solutions for the IBM coursework it’s providing. The initiative is intended to boost the quality of technology training being offered across the African continent.
The Managing Director of iEnter, Jan Lewis, pointed out that for successful use of any given technology, the people have got to use it effectively.
“With the availability of an extensive, proven set of IBM-approved training solutions, we’re looking forward to helping our clients develop their people and gain the skills necessary to guarantee optimal returns on technology investments.”
Arrow is a world renowned global provider of technology solutions to industrial and commercial users of electronic components and enterprise computing solutions. The company has employed about 16,500 people throughout the world and recorded revenue worth $21.4 billion for the year 2013.
Lewis speaking on Arrow’s Learning Solutions division, the IBM Premier Business Partner and the authorized IBM Global Training Provider: “The company has a substantial pedigree in delivering IBM training, systems and software and, has been a top business partner since 1982.”
Arrow’s training programs are designed to provide technology skills training that will enable individual to realize the full potential of IBM software and hardware. At the same time, it delivers the certification required by IBM solution providers to conduct their businesses with confidence.
Arrow has over 1,000 IBM courses that incorporates both theoretical learning and real-world scenarios for the practical component. Arrow recently rolled out its Global Training Partners Alliance, and iEnter wasted no time in partnering up with it to deliver world class training to southern Africa.