Silicon India ranked Quint as no. 1 in ITIL® & ITSM's Training and Implementation
In a recent survey done by Silicon India, Quint Wellington Redwood has been ranked as number 1 in ITIL® & ITSM's Training and Implementation.
Speaking upon this achievement, Mr. Sunil Mehta (Managing Director – India, Middle East & Central Africa) said, “One of the greatest challenges of organizations that were setup in the 90’s was educating the industry. Anything new undergoes critical analysis and trial before its acceptance in the market; Quint Academy underwent the same and emerged triumphant. Headquartered in Netherlands in 1992, Quint started its first venture on training and consulting in Bangalore in 1999. Today, the academy is considered to be the ‘Thought Leader’ and ‘Practice Leader’ in the training segment of the corporate market. Though they made it look easy, their journey is marked by patience and perseverance. “When we started working in India in 1999, the knowledge level on ITIL® and ITSM was quite low. Most organizations were focused on the CMMi guidelines, and IT Service Management was not a priority”, says Sunil Mehta, Managing Director - India, Middle East & Central Africa, Quint Wellington Redwood. He explains that the company began by focusing on building awareness within the IT organizations in the initial years. Once the evangelist phase was over, the company received an overwhelming response from the Indian IT industry.
Today, Quint thrives on its popular training modules on ITIL® 2011 and ITSM. The company also provides courses such as Lean IT, IT Governance - COBIT®, Agile Development, DevOps, Change Management and Project Management. The ITIL® training and certification provided by Quint are accepted as one of the best in the corporate and are most effective in terms of the implementation of IT practices of the resources. IT Infrastructure Library® and IT Service Management are a set of practices which include high availability, constant capacity at the required levels, and costs optimization with flexibility, appropriate support and a short time to market delivery. The company claims to have a course structure of both theoretical and practical components that lays emphasis on the practical implementation of the theoretical concepts taught during the course. These ideas are best suited for understanding the gaps in terms of knowledge and training needed for improvement in the work front and improvisations are proposed in phases.
Quint Academy provides training and certification to over 25000 students per year with their course content being updated every 3-6 months. The delivery technique includes classroom based training, virtual training, CBT online based training and hybrid training. With such variety in the mode of training systems, Mehta explicates, students from anywhere and everywhere can avail the benefits from the experience and expertise of instructors who have over 20 years of experience in Training and Consulting. The major impact of such high class training delivery is being felt within the new generation of IT professionals such as CIOs, IT Directors, and IT Heads.
Quint Academy, with the vision and strategic direction that no future business can be successful without maximizing the return of technology, has laid a significant mark on the training industry. “Our people ‘dare to challenge’ themselves as well as the customer organization, by initiating and implementing the changes that enable you to outperform the competition and create a ‘factor 10’ return on investment”, concludes Mehta.