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Growth in international business

Overseas contracts see Administrate double in size

John Peebles 2Online training management company Administrate says more than half of its business now comes from outside the UK after winning a number of significant international contracts.

The Edinburgh based company has picked up customers from North America that include Boston Whaler, Ag Leader, and NSF, enabling it to double the size of its team from 15 to 32 since January. Other blue chip clients are PwC, Elsevier, Scania, Becker and learndirect. It has served more than two million students.

Driving this growth is intense demand for technology that can help training organisations better track the education they are delivering while saving time through automation.

John Peebles (pictured), chief executive, said: “High growth is an exciting time and is also inherently challenging.  I’m really proud of how our team has been able to grow and meet these challenges head-on by focusing on making our customers more successful.

“We’ve got a huge opportunity to make a difference in how education and training is delivered and we feel like this is just the beginning of the journey.”

Administrate is running a conference, LITE 2015, for customers and learning professionals from September 24 to 25. The list of speakers represent some of the biggest names in the training industry.

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