JPL Named to 2012 Content Development Companies Watch List by TrainingIndustry.com
JPL lands a spot on TrainingIndustry.com's 2012 Content Development Companies Watch List.
- Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle, PA (1888PressRelease) July 04, 2012 - TrainingIndustry.com has named JPL to the 2012 Content Development Companies Watch List. This list recognizes twelve companies from all over the globe that provide content development services.
Selection to the Watch List is based on industry visibility, innovation and impact; capability to develop and deliver multiple types of content; company size and growth potential; depth and breadth of subject matter expertise; quality of clients and geographic reach.
Each company that participates undergoes extensive research, including thorough analysis of their capabilities, experience, and expertise.
"The 2012 Content Development Watch List showcases 12 companies committed to innovation and customization in the content development work space. Some of the companies provide comprehensive services, while others are more focused; they all bring quality work to the table", said Ken Taylor, Chief Operating Officer of Training Industry, Inc.
"Companies that appear on our Watch Lists work towards providing new solutions and approaches to obstacles seen in the market today," added Doug Harward, Chief Executive Officer of Training Industry, Inc.
"This is great recognition for our innovative approaches to creating custom learning solutions with our clients. JPL's instructional design expertise combined with our creative, technology and production capabilities make us a unique partner for content development," said JPL President Luke Kempski.
JPL is an integrated communications company based in Harrisburg, PA. The company delivers custom learning solutions for leading organizations including the Hershey Company, Giant Food Stores, New Holland, Kennametal, Auntie Anne's and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. JPL's proven techniques include rapidly developed e-Learning programs, complex simulations and blended learning approaches.