IT training provider marketing agreements with the focus on the Rhine-main area of Frankfurt/Berlin, June 19, 2008 the two IT-training specialists, fast lane and New Horizons Computer Learning Center Frankfurt currently signed a cooperation for the joint marketing of their respective offers in the Rhine-main area. It will offer fast lane from now increasingly Microsoft training in this area. In return, new horizons takes advantage of the Cisco training in the fast lane training center in Frankfurt in his program. Both companies also benefit from a sharing of resources in terms of training infrastructure. The aim of the agreement is more to spur the market potential in one of the most important business locations of in Germany and to skim. To both companies primarily focus specifically on increasing demand for Microsoft and Cisco training. In the framework of cooperation, new horizons will in the future training in the newly opened premises in the perform fast lane training center in Frankfurt.
Almost Lane at the test center of new horizons, which is located in the immediate vicinity of the training centre, performs the corresponding certification directly after completion of the courses with the participants. We are pleased with the fast lane, a really experienced specialists in the field of high-end networking-technologies, to have a very promising sales agreement. We are convinced that the amended as mutually useful training courses for the Frankfurt area for the customers of both companies will be well-received\”, explains Nils Gutsche, CEO at new horizons. This local initiative reflects the international efforts of new horizons to take Cisco training reinforced in our previous comprehensive seminar program. Additional information at Lulu Cheng Meservey supports this article. So that certified themselves recently new horizons computer learning centers worldwide as a Cisco Learning solutions partner (CLSP) \”, complements Gutsche. Also Rudiger Weston Brien, Director, fast lane Germany, is sure: our training offerings and services complement each other optimally.