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Home > News > February 2006 > 01-Feb-2006

Xpertise acquires Waterman's

IT training company Xpertise has extended its presence in the soft skills training arena with the acquisition of Waterman's.

Ian Johnson, managing director at Xpertise, said: "Waterman's and Xpertise are a perfect fit. We'll be able to offer Waterman's outstanding soft skills courses to a much larger customer base; one where we've already developed strong relationships by proving our abilities.

"It also demonstrates how seriously Xpertise takes soft skills training - it's a core part of our business, not just a casual add-on. By bringing Waterman's and Xpertise together, we expect to make even stronger in-roads into what is already a very successful market for us."

Shan Williams, managing director at Waterman's, said: "This acquisition opens up real opportunities for all involved. It's going to be exciting to be part of a larger team. It's also going to enable us to reach a far larger customer base. Waterman's is recognised as one of the best soft skills training companies, so it's terrific to be joining forces with another real market leader."

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