MicroTek Announces Strategic Alliance

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<p><strong>Downers Grove, Ill. &mdash; Nov. 15</strong><br />MicroTek, a provider of training facilities management and global event logistics, announced a strategic partnership with KnowledgeAdvisors Inc. to deploy the Metrics that Matter Human Capital Analytics Technology. Metrics That Matter will be offered to MicroTek clients as an alternative to paper-based or alternative system-based instructor and class surveys, and will allow for the of collection of key performance indicators with a learning analytics platform that is built into Metrics that Matter.<br /><br />&ldquo;This implementation gives MicroTek&rsquo;s customers the advanced metrics they need to better analyze, understand and manage corporate learning investments,&rdquo; states Dan O&rsquo;Brien, MicroTek&rsquo;s vice president of managed learning services. &ldquo;All our customers conduct post-event surveys, and the MTM platform will allow them to collect and analyze their learning metrics in a cost-effective, real-time, on-demand environment.&rdquo;<br /><br />KnowledgeAdvisors&rsquo; proprietary methodologies, technologies and solutions facilitate the collection and reporting of key performance indicators vital to managing the critical components of learning providers&#39; operations. They are equally powerful when used by corporations looking to better manage a material budget line item like training. The MTM learning analytics system is used by many of the world&rsquo;s largest organizations, such as Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, Caterpillar, and Proctor and Gamble. The tool sets within the system have been built around credible methodologies such as the Kirkpatrick Learning Levels and the Phillips ROI Process. Finally, a benchmarking database of more than 300 million data points allows users to compare their results against industrywide results. </p>

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