We have an elite team of consultants and trainers. Here are some quick facts about this team:
The average industry experience of everyone in the team is 20+ years across multiple functional domains (e.g., BFSI, Healthcare, Pharmaceuticals, Education, Construction, Logistics, Publishing, HR etc.) and are renowned figures in the project management community
All of them have been working in the leading MNCs
Our team has trained 5,000+ professionals, so far. We also conduct online and corporate training sessions
PgMP, PMP, PMI-ACP, SPC4, CDAC, CDAI, AKT, PSM I, PSPO, CSP and Six Sigma Black Belt certified trainers
They also have their own specializations like Certified Tester Advanced Level (CTAL), CISA, CRISC or ITIL V3
They all have worked in the USA/UK and also have consulting and training experience of USA, UK, Brazil, China, Malaysia, Vietnam, Egypt, Iran, Dubai, Bahrain and Singapore
What our satisfied customers say…
The trainer was a great source of knowledge for learning all agile methodologies. The approach of answering questions and presentation with SAFe and other relevant methodologies were very valuable.
Mohammad Afroz OpenText Corporation
Excellent session! Gave us in-depth understanding of the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) with practical examples. The session was interactive and the questions were answered well.
Nagamallika S.HSBC Software Development
Agile Release Train (ART) simulation was excellent. We got a true feeling that how it is conducted in the real world.
Ashutosh B.Cognizant Technology Solutions
The simulation exercise where the teams were divided to perform a practical case-study was the most valuable part of this program.
Sudha ReddyHCL Technologies
Everything in the training was great!
Eruru BabujeeTata Interactive Systems
The training was good. The in-depth knowledge and elaborated approach of the trainer is a plus, rather than giving shortcuts. As we all know, there is no shortcut to success!
Good job in establishing confidence toward PMP exam and good support for PMP application
Padmaja KonduruUnited Technologies
How to read the PMBOK is the biggest takeaway and real life examples are quite helpful