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ProEd and Datatrain partner to bring eLearning to mainframe education

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 ProEd Training, Bangalore based leading provider of IBM mainframe training and related solutions in India today announced that it has partnered with Australia-based Datatrain to make available in India for the first time, eLearning curriculum for mainframe education that has been widely accepted globally. The new approach will significantly increase the productivity of mainframe professionals by having them quickly trained besides complimenting blended learning strategies in mainframe education. Datatrain is a leading global provider of IBM mainframe courseware and its content is widely acknowledged as the best in its class.

Vijay Kumar, CEO, ProEd Training said, “Data Train's eLearning enabled world-class IBM mainframe courseware will change the way mainframe learning has been practiced in India till recently. The current (instructor-led training) approach has constraints when applied to a geographically dispersed workforce whose requirement for skilling is constant. Besides, the time tested courseware from Datatrain ensures that learning imparted is highly relevant to IT companies who are constantly striving to increase the billable hours. The partnership further strengthens the positioning of ProEd as a market dominant company offering end to end services and solutions in this arena.”

Commenting on the Partnership, Vaishali Nagaratnam, Marketing Manager, Datatrain, said, “Increasingly, a lot of mainframe based development, maintenance and migration work is moving to India and the country is today an important hub for mainframe projects. We have realized through our experience globally that eLearning is the way to go and we feel the potential in the Indian market is yet to be tapped due to lack of awareness of a solution like this. Together with ProEd we are looking to increase our presence in this growing market and to change the mainframe learning methodology in India significantly.”

 

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