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MAX Technical Training Makes the Inc. 5000 List for the Third Year in a Row

Cincinnati, OH, September 04, 2014 --(PR.com)-- MAX Technical Training employees express their thanks to their clients for helping them reach a fantastic achievement: being named – for the third consecutive year – to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing private companies in the United States.

MAX is one of 35 companies in the Cincinnati area to make the list of the fastest growing private companies in the nation.

"Helping you succeed is what energizes us to come in to work each day. Many of you have said you prefer learning at MAX because –'that’s what I do here. I really get it at MAX and I feel confident that my new skills will be useful when I get back to the office.' And that is what makes our work worthwhile," says Denise Bartick, President and CEO of MAX Technical Training.

Looking back, MAX has come a long way since the first student walked in the door in 1998. Back then the company provided Microsoft Training exclusively. Today they:

-- Offer over 500 unique courses

-- Deliver an expanded list of course subjects to include: ITIL, IT Security, Agile, Scrum, as well as other Project Management, Business Analysis, Leadership, Mobile, Web, Cisco, Citrix, VMWare, Java, and more.

-- Partner with clients to assess needs, customize training and deliver that training privately, MAXimizing client time and investment. MAX's partnerships now make up over 50% of their business which they deliver globally.

-- Have instructed over 20,000 students in the last five years.

"We wouldn’t be celebrating our growth today without your support. And we know the key to our growth is in our long term relationships with our clients, our instructors and our employees," says Bartick.

Thank you for your loyalty!
Denise Bartick, President and CEO

About MAX Technical Training

Established in 1998, MAX Technical Training serves corporate clients and technology and business professionals across the globe with training and consulting that makes information technology and business processes hum, increasing bottom line performance.

MAX is an award-winning leader in delivering education in IT and business technologies including: ITIL, IT Security and Networking, Mobile, Web, Server and Database Development, Business Analysis, Project Management and Leadership Development. MAX instructors are subject matter experts and consultants who connect face-to-face with students, providing retentive learning using real-world applications and problem solving in the curriculum.

MAX is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner for Learning Solutions (CPLS), a Cisco Learning Solutions Center sponsored by Sunset Learning Institute, an ITIL Licensed Affiliate and a founding member of EPIC Learning. MAX is a Small Business Enterprise and Certified WEBNC (Woman Business Enterprise National Council).

For more information, visit www.maxtrain.com.

Contact Information:
MAX Technical Training
Kathy Vaske
513-322-8888
Contact via Email
www.maxtrain.com

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