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Washington, WA, United States, 2006/02/27 - In their effort to keep up with the many demands placed on e-learning solution providers within a highly competitive environment, companies are resorting to outsourcing solutions by other developers which far from playing a competitor role.
In their effort to keep up with the many demands placed on e-learning solution providers within a highly competitive environment, companies are resorting to outsourcing solutions by other developers which far from playing a competitor role, complement and strengthen them.
Flexibility, specialization, scale and the best technologies available are the key factors in these currently proliferating processes in the virtual learning sector.
Recent surveys carried out by IDC show that more than 60% of e-learning solution providers believe project outsourcing offers deeply transforming benefits for this expanding industry.
As shown by the 31% of international firm executives -with years experience in outsourcing- who participated in a research study developed by Accenture (2003), this trend can also be detected in the upgrading and improvement endeavors of the rest of the commercial companies.
In fact, one third of the companies point to the training sector as the most frequently outsourced these days. To such extent is this the case, that the so called Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) are already common in 40% of American corporations.
Latin America: The New Option
Traditionally, American companies have resorted to India to fulfill their outsourcing needs. Today Latin America -and Argentina in particular after the 2001 devaluation-, stand as a similar scenario, with some added benefits.
English speaking, highly qualified professionals with international experience in e-learning developments plus companies with a longstanding history in the local markets and a high export index to major European, Canadian and U.S markets, offer a convenient alternative which, together with overnight flight distances and the time zone advantage allow for prompt client assistance.
From its Development Centers in Argentina and Ecuador and its Headquarters in Washington DC, AXG Tecnonexo Inc. is responding to provider demands in 18 countries of the five continents.
With highly competitive costs, remarkably qualified human resources and the benefit of a common time zone with the American companies, Tecnonexo Inc. -leader e-learning solution provider in Latin America- continues to increase its operations in the United States, Canada and Europe through its development outsourcing services destined to local e-learning providers.
Having the confidence of 150 clients, our company has the scale economy necessary to invest on investigation and development for the benefit of all its clientele. This represents an I+D investment level none of the companies could single handedly achieve, since instead of devoting 10 persons to investigation, AXG Tecnonexo offers more than 100 professionals working to the advantage of each and all of its clients.
AXG Tecnonexo is the leading company in investigation and development of Latin America and the first e-learning provider to implement SCORM 1.2 standards.
AXG Tecnonexo constantly invests on internal processes, methodology, induction and training. We can rapidly take a person to the highest production level, which allows us to reach higher competitivity standards and beat our competitors’ rates.
The key lies in clear and consistent processes, a business goal oriented alignment and a disposition for service.
NOTE: if you would like to know how to improve your training results, if you would like to work with an experienced, specialized provider or if you are simply looking into new alternatives, do contact us.
Established in 1999, AXG Tecnonexo Inc. (tecnonexo.com) designs knowledge systems through its Content Factory that promotes productivity for organizations in the public, private and academic sector, transforming the way individuals learn, work, and share knowledge. AXG Tecnonexo Inc. provides seamless integrated solutions to otherwise fragmented functions of e-learning, performance support, and knowledge management for boosting the value of their organization’s knowledge while reducing training costs, and improving productivity with an end to building strong partnerships.