Trendz bags contract for training IT professionals in Ghana, Zimb

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Hyderabad, Oct, 10 (UNI) A city-based software training and solutions provider, Trendz Information Technologies has bagged the contract for training of IT professionals in Ghana and Zimbabwe in West Africa.

The company known for producing ready to be deployable software professionals is now spreading its roots to foreign shores and offering software training programme to overseas IT professionals.

A part of the MOU Trendz Information Technologies had already entered into a pact with Ghana/ West Africa-based IPMC (Internet Products Manufacturing Co Ltd) to train the citizens and IT professionals of that country, under which it has trained software professionals from the Electricity Company of Ghana, a Public Sector Undertaking.

They were given ten days training in Hyderabad in Oracle Forms and Reports, a software technology for consumer electricity billing.

Chief Executive Officer of Trends Information Technologies Ltd, Mr Shiv Shanker Agrawal said in a statement,'' What we have achieved is a record in the software training in Hyderabad as we are the first AP-based company chosen by some international firm to train their citizens and IT executives in various software skills'.

Trendz, earlier, trained employees of Satyam Computer in Malaysia in Embedded Systems for 35 days, Emirates Airlines staff in Dubai in Java for 20 days.

With the encouraging results in training overseas clients, Trendz now plans to expand its training services to Gulf countries with Dubai as base and also to Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Singapore.

The company currently has 28 world class training resources and would soon expand its base.

'' It is the number one preferred training partner to the top five IT companies in the country,'' Mr Agrawal said.

''With over 1.5 crore turnover registered last year and with these international tie ups, it targets to achieve Rs 5 crore turnover in the current 2008-2009 fiscal year,'' he said.


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