- 20-20 Technologies
- Adobe Training
- BMC Software
- Department of National Defense
- Hamilton Health Sciences Centre
- Natural Resources Canada
- Panasonic Canada
- Research in Motion
- Royal Bank of Canada
- Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
- Sheridan College, Oakville, ON
- Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota, FL
- Art Centre College of Design, Pasadena, CA
- Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA
- TV Ontario
- University of Guelph
20-20 Technologies Inc. is a leading provider of computer-aided design, sales software and manufacturing for the interior design industry.
In May 2008, New Toronto Group delivered the 3 day “Silverlight 2.0 Workshop” to eight of 20-20 web and user interface designers in the Laval, Quebec head office. The Silverlight training was purchased from NTG in order to educate 20-20 designers with the latest software innovations in the Rich Internet space. This knowledge will be applied in the design and development of web-sites for 20-20 technology customers around the world.
NTG has delivered and continues to deliver numerous Flex, Flash Media Server, ColdFusion and Acrobat Connect teaching and consulting engagements on behalf of Adobe to numerous Adobe customers across North America.
"Owing to New Toronto Group's extensive Flex project experience coupled with superior Flex teaching skills, Adobe contracted with New Toronto Group on numerous occasions to deliver Flex training to many of our strategic Flex customers and SI partners across North America."
Lloyd Hill, Sr. Manager, North American SI Partner Channel, Adobe Systems Incorporated
"Adobe frequently utilizes Acrobat Connect training and consulting from New Toronto Group for critical kick-start enablement of Adobe's new Acrobat Connect clients across Canada and the United States. Our customers are consistently pleased with the high level of service and expertise that NTG provides."
Judy Ricciarelli, Enablement Services, Adobe Systems Incorporated
NTG was asked to provide AT&T with an effective program to train its large group of geographically dispersed instructors and courseware developers on how to most effectively use Adobe Connect and Presenter. Using the Adobe Connect tool itself, NTG delivered highly effective online Connect and Presenter training to 200 AT&T instructors and courseware developers over a 5 month period.
BMC Software uses Adobe Flex for the Rich Internet requirements of its new corporate software. To boost the Flex knowledge of its software developers, BMC asked NTG to deliver 2 highly specialized Flex training sessions. Using Adobe's Acrobat Connect, NTG taught a group of BMC Flex developers based in Israel. In an onsite delivery, NTG delivered a combination of fundamental Flex training and a custom advanced Flex curriculum to a group of BMC developers in Austin, Texas.
DND - CFB Oromocto recently expanded its use of Flash to include Rich Internet Applications and asked NTG to provide up-to-date Flash training for its development staff. Before the class took place, NTG conducted a custom Skills Assessment.
Results of the assessment were used by the NTG instructor to tailor the Flash training to the specific requirements of the DND developers.
Over the past several years, Fidelity Investments has standardized on Adobe Flex as the development platform for the development of its Rich Internet applications. NTG is the primary source of Flex training for Fidelity. Over the past 24 months, NTG has delivered high quality education to over 300 Fidelity Flex developers across North America on Flex fundamentals, Flex development using the Cairngorm Framework, Flex dashboard application development, and effective Flex visual design.
HHSC is an established Adobe technology customer. The NTG Skills Assessment was used to determine the skills gap between current knowledge and required knowledge of HHSC’s ColdFusion and Flash developers.
Based on the outcome of the Skills Assessment, NTG delivered customized training sessions focused on HHSC's specific training needs.
NTG has been working with Natural Resources Canada, a Federal government ministry, on an ambitious project to port a complex Cobol based application to the Web. This application would allow the Canadian federal government to monitor energy usage within government buildings.
Some of the new functionality includes bilingual language capabilities and the display of measurements in either imperial or metric units. Since the new application was being developed using Flex and ColdFusion, NTG was enlisted to provide training and application development services to NRCan thus ensuring quality and accelerating the delivery of this very high profile project.
NTG delivered a special Connect workshop for Panasonic Canada which included a mix of instructor-led Connect/Presenter training, installation services, and full testing services for security, audio, video, meeting functionality, performance scaling, and availability.
A Connect backup strategy was also designed and consulting advice was provided on the implementation of SSL security.
NTG has been approached by RIM to deliver BlackBerry PlayBook application development training to the RIM partner community. NTG is also working with RIM to provide training courses and other training services. NTG is an "Elite" partner under the RIM's Alliance Program in acknowledgement of NTG's extensive expertise in mobile application development and application development training.
Royal Bank of Canada recently selected Adobe Flex for Rich Internet development of a key new banking application. NTG delivered 2 custom Flex classes to Royal Bank developers focused on Flex fundamentals and Flex Data & Messaging.
Using Adobe Connect, NTG also delivered online training of Adobe Connect and Presenter to Royal Bank employees in various locations around the world.
NTG was asked by Adobe to provide Flex training to key educational institutions across North America. Working with TechThree, NTG delivered a custom Adobe Flex/AIR training program to the following education organizations over a 6 month period:
TVO is a large user of Adobe web development technology and a frequent purchaser of NTG's Adobe Authorized Education.
Over the past several years, NTG has delivered customized onsite training sessions to TVO focussed on ColdFusion (introductory and advanced), Flash ActionScript (introductory and advanced) and Flash Video.
The University of Guelph is a large user of ColdFusion technology. The University was looking for a cost effective means of training 2 large groups of developers on introductory and advanced ColdFusion topics. By using the NTG Skills Assessment offering, The University of Guelph was able to properly identify students requiring additional prerequisite training in order to prepare for the specific classes. As a result, NTG was able to deliver training sessions that were highly beneficial for both new and more experienced users of ColdFusion software.
NTG was also selected by University of Guelph to provide Adobe Contribute training to a large group of Contribute users and administrators who were chosen to support the roll-out of a strategic content management solution.