COLUMBIA, Md., May 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Global performance improvement solutions provider GP Strategies Corporation (NYSE: GPX) announced today that it has signed a new five–year agreement with a leading health services company to provide continued full-service learning and development outsourcing offerings, including global program support.
Since 2007, GP Strategies has delivered a broad range of learning services in support of this client’s Corporate University, including implementing a learning management system and providing training administration support, helpdesk, project management, content design and development, delivery, training facility and vendor management services.
“Our customer, who prefers not to be identified, conducted a comprehensive, complex and fair assessment of the current Learning Services market. We are pleased that they selected GP Strategies to continue to provide managed learning services. I look forward to working with them for the next five years as they continue to grow globally,” said Don Duquette, GP Strategies Executive Vice President, Learning Services.
“This contract renewal affirms our ability to deliver comprehensive managed learning services to a Fortune and Global 500 company. We look forward to this organization continuing to be a top 10 customer in terms of revenue for GP Strategies,” said Scott Greenberg, GP Strategies Chief Executive Officer.
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