Are spending and confidence in the industry on the up?

October 2004
IT Training;Oct2004, p9
Trade Publication
The article presents information on spendings and recovery in the information technology training market. Companies are more focused on how they spend on information technology training, whereas before the downturn in market recovery, they seemed to be concerned with spending whatever, and however, they could. There also tend to be a lot more bespoke requirements than previously, with customers wanting training schemes tailored to their individual needs. The area where the greatest activity can be noticed is in large tenders. There seem to be a lot of big organizations around, with large amounts of money to spend, to the extent that this looks like being financially our best year ever.


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