Corporate Training Market 2009: Forecast & Analysis covers the worldwide market for U.S.-based training vendor firms targeting corporate and government clients. The report examines revenue growth and market share for leading firms, as well as market forces that are shaping the world of training among business professionals today.
This report is the premier source of market intelligence for executives, analysts and business strategists who want analysis of the technology and trends currently driving corporate training, including:
Drawing on interviews and surveys with corporate training directors, business analysts and industry associations, Simba Information presents detailed profiles of 25+ leading training software and LMS vendors competing for corporate training dollars, including analysis of key strategic moves and financial performance.
Stamford, CT—July 30, 2009—Growth for U.S.-based corporate training vendors over the next few years is expected to be modest at best, a conservative 1.4% projected compound annual growth rate between 2007 and 2012, according to new research from media industry forecast and analysis firm Simba Information.
Simba’s most recent strategic report, Corporate Training Market 2009: Forecast & Analysis, examines the global market for U.S.-based training vendors targeting corporate and government firms, including the market forces shaping opportunities for IT and soft skills content and e-learning, and how training vendors are adapting offerings to clients’ changing needs.
“The recession has changed the landscape for corporate training considerably,” said Kathy Mickey, senior analyst/managing editor of Simba’s Education Group. “Vendors need to stay focused on aligning offerings to clients’ mission-critical strategies and demonstrate that training can result in revenue generation.
“One of the most attractive areas is the continued investment in training to improve sales performance,” Mickey said. “One of the greatest challenges is providing offerings to meet client needs for training for a younger generation of new workers balanced with programs for the baby-boom generation that is postponing retirement.”
Training executives, marketing, sales and business development professionals, as well as industry analysts and consultants, looking to tap into the estimated $11.74 billion global corporate training market of U.S. vendors will gain insights into:
Additionally, Simba presents detailed strategic profiles of more than 25 of the leading corporate training vendors.
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