CINCINNATI, Ohio (May 6, 2013) – Accelerated Business Results (ABR) and MYCA Learning, both award-winning, woman-owned training providers, are partnering to bring the best in eLearning to clients. The two companies know that organizations today are looking for high-impact eLearning for their employees. By joining forces and combining their talent and resources, ABR and MYCA can offer more value, differentiation, and innovation to clients than ever before.
The two learning authorities are already known for their world-class solutions. MYCA provides training, application development, and 508 compliant and mobile eLearning tools to clients like Kraft Foods, Progressive Insurance, the City of Los Angeles, H.J. Heinz, and GAF Roofing. In addition, the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) selected MYCA’s president, Patti Massey, as a 2012 “WBENC Star,” their most prestigious award, and she was named as the 2011 “Woman Entrepreneur of the Year” by the Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce.
Likewise, ABR brings more than 10 years of training expertise to the table and serves clients such as Comcast, Sprint, Macy’s, U.S. Bank, and Time Warner Cable. The company was recently named as a finalist for the 2013 Cincinnati Chamber Small Business Awards in the “Small Business of the Year” category and was selected as one of the “Businesses WE Watch” by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber’s WE Celebrate Awards in 2012.
While ABR and MYCA are undoubtedly strong forces on their own, the companies are aligned in their values, delivery methods, and quality standards, so it’s a natural partnership that promises a large payoff for clients.
“Many organizations today rely on eLearning partners to bring expertise to the table. Instead of a vendor relationship, organizations are looking for a selected partnership,” said Amy Fox, President of ABR. “This is something that both companies are known for already, and it’s exciting to see what we can do once we join forces.”
ABR and MYCA have collaborated in the past on certain projects and have developed a genuine respect for each other’s businesses and approaches to eLearning. Now their leaders are seeking new opportunities with larger organizations and believe that partnering will take their eLearning to the next level.
“As technology and the eLearning industry evolve, it becomes more important for all of us to be at the top of our game,” said MYCA’s President, Patti Massey. “By uniting as a team and driving initiatives that give us bigger opportunities to leverage our resources and grow them in new technology, it will make for a stronger value proposition for both of our companies and for our clients.”
Although the companies are not fully merging, they will work closely to offer a full scope of eLearning products and services to clients. The types of eLearning solutions they provide will include both custom courses and product-based modules sold on a licensed basis. They plan to leverage each team’s talents, which will offer additional perspective and diversity of thought. And all talent and resources will be under one roof, which is a more holistic, efficient approach that will translate to savings and more value for their clients.
ABR is a full-service, award-winning training company, specializing in business performance, management and leadership development, and product knowledge. The company was recently named as a finalist for the 2013 Cincinnati Chamber Small Business Awards in the “Small Business of the Year” category and was named as one of the “Businesses WE Watch” by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber’s WE Celebrate Awards in 2012. Visit the ABR website for more information about the company’s offerings.
About MYCA Learning
MYCA Learning has been creating powerful, engaging, and interactive training materials for almost 20 years and specializes in innovative learning solutions such as web-based eLearning, learning management hosting services, and integration of the latest Learning 2.0 methods and Web 2.0 technology. The company received the “Woman Business of the Year” award by Enterprising Women magazine in 2009, and President Patti Massey received the 2011 “Woman Entrepreneur of the Year” award by the Cincinnati Chamber, as well as the “WBENC Star” award in 2012. Visit MYCA Learning’s website for more information about the company.