(Milwaukee, WI, USA – July 20, 2016) – Totara Learning is pleased to announce that Ken Cook Co. has been awarded the Totara Gold Partner status for their sales success and service excellence in the LMS market.
Totara’s award-winning LMS is open source and is designed specifically for the needs of workplace training. Totara’s LMS has over 7 million users and is implemented by some of the world’s leading brands, such as Volvo and General Electric. Ken Cook Co. implements Totara faster and cheaper than proprietary solutions.
This Gold Partner status means that Ken Cook Co. is an expert in the Totara LMS product, will be able to bring even more innovations to their customers, and will be working closely with Totara Learning in New Zealand on a number of feature enhancements. Ken Cook Co. implemented Totara LMS for its training and LMS services and entered into a partnership with Totara Learning in 2016.
Ken Cook, President and CEO of Ken Cook Co., says, “We are pleased to achieve Gold Partner status from Totara Learning. This status recognizes our knowledge in the training and LMS industries and affirms our ability to implement quality solutions for our customers and prospects. We look forward to a growing, mutually productive relationship with Totara Learning.”
Willem Boom, VP of Partner Solutions at Totara Learning, welcomed Ken Cook Co.’s promotion to Gold status, saying, “We are delighted with our partnership with Ken Cook Co. Their team has consistently demonstrated superior customer implementation for Totara solutions. The Totara Learning team looks forward to a long-term partnership with the Ken Cook Co. team.”
About Ken Cook Co.
In addition to training, e-learning and LMS, Ken Cook Co. provides services in printing, technical writing, digital storefronts, desktop publishing and design, the Smartfolio® file sharing system, and mobile and web app development. The company tagline is “Innovation in Technical Communication.” The company was founded in 1944 and believes in flexibility and in offering custom solutions to its customers.
In the 1960s, Ken Cook Co. was a technical skills instruction pioneer with its SR100 teaching machine promoting self-paced, audio-visual, hands-on learning and interactive testing. Vocational schools across North America installed Ken Cook Co. equipment and purchased self-learning packages on engines, motorcycles, outboard engines, and welding equipment. For more information, visit www.kencook.com