Quintica and iSolve Learning Solutions incorporating Foster-Melliar, announce a strategic training partnership
Quintica SA and iSolve Learning Solutions, incorporating Foster-Melliar, have concluded a strategic partnership to accelerate their core products and solutions to the South African market.
The joint venture will see Quintica and Foster-Melliar working together to deliver a broad portfolio of Vendor Specific Technical and Best Practice training courses to a combined client base in Africa. This partnership will see Foster-Melliar, a Level 2 B-BBEE company, supporting Quintica, a Level 1 B-BBEE company in providing end-to-end solutions within the Africa IT sector, with a specific focus on skills development and knowledge transfer.
Delwin Bratby, Executive Director of Quintica says this partnership is true to our core vision, deliver the ultimate customer experience. With the iSolve partnership we can continue to deliver the highest quality learning solutions, whilst still delivering on our core focus, which is to improve the customer experiences of our customers, through digital and technology focussed solutions. The iSolve partnership brings the best of these two visions together to meet the same objective.
Peter Clark, MD of iSolve Learning Solutions, incorporating Foster-Melliar says this strategic partnership of two industry leaders will enable our companies to specialise on our core offerings. iSolve will provide all the training, certification and consulting supporting Quintica’s product offerings in the Service Desk, Process, Risk and Governance areas. The partnership will all be complemented by iSolve’s comprehensive list of training offerings and E-learning products.
About Quintica SA
Quintica SA Pty Ltd, is in the business of connecting people, technology, information and processes to enable better customer experiences. Quintica has a long history of innovation and has been developing technologies that enable organizations to deliver services faster, more efficiently and cost-effectively for over 15 years. In today’s rapidly changing digital environment, excellent customer experience is more crucial than ever. Quintica provides businesses with a platform that automates, integrates and manages all the digital assets that impact the customer experience, ensuring that your business can meet the needs of your end-users and customers anywhere, anytime and through any device.
About iSolve Learning Solutions
iSolve Learning Solutions incorporating Foster-Melliar, a wholly-owned subsidiary of iSolve Business Solutions, a level 1 B-BBEE contributor, specialises in providing end-to-end consulting, coaching and training services in IT Service Management, IT Governance, risk compliance, IT Security and the entire Microsoft Curriculum and business skills. iSolve Learning Solutions is a Microsoft Gold Partner in 8 competencies, thus ensuring we are skilled and ready for deployment of new technology in beta and early adopter phases, offering customers the competitive advantage of first to market adoption. Microsoft Certifications are available for most Microsoft technologies and skill levels, from business workers and IT professionals to developers, technology trainers and system architects.
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