Two Towards Maturity’s Ambassadors’ rebrand to reflect their business growth

by | Sep 10, 2012 | Articles, Press Release

Information Transfer has changed its name to Acteon Communication and Learning. Whilst e2train has changed its name to Kallidus

Information Transfer is making this change at an exciting time for the company. In 2012 it expanded its team and client list, and grown the scope and range of services it provide.
Information Transfer Managing partners Matthew Borg and Owen Rose are excited about the change. “Acteon captures a sense of the transformation and positive action that we are helping our clients achieve through effective communication and learning,” says Matthew. “And the success of these outcomes is demonstrated by the quality of our client relationships and the industry award wins we are achieving.”

“Our name may have changed, but who we are and what we do is still very much the same,” reflects Owen. “We haven’t been bought out, sold or merged! As Acteon, our highly experienced team will continue to provide the care, insight and agility that underpins all our client relationships.”

For e2train its rebranding effort also reflects the company’s growth and transformation. It also conveys its learning, performance and talent management capabilities and solutions approach to consultancy, technology and service excellence.

During the past few years, e2train has significantly developed and enhanced its market leading Kallidus Learning Management System (LMS), and today provides a fully integrated modular solution encompassing learning, performance, talent management and succession planning to customers in the UK and overseas. The company name change to Kallidus is a natural progression for the company which has evolved to provide software systems, consultancy services and content development.

Said Rob Caul, CEO of Kallidus Limited: “Our company has grown and evolved within the ever-changing learning and talent industry and we feel that the Kallidus brand, so well regarded for Learning Management Systems, will support our business goal to be the U.K. provider of choice for learning and talent solutions. Our commitment to providing outstanding customer service remains at the heart of our brand.”

“Our focus on providing integrated learning and talent solutions reflects the growing recognition among boardrooms that having the right skills in the right place at the right time is critical to organisational growth and shareholder value. Our solutions are all targeted at helping organisations build capability for the future and improve business performance through the development of robust talent pipelines and by closing skills gaps,” added Caul.

The new Kallidus branding is being unveiled during September with the Kallidus website (www.kallidus.com) scheduled to go live at the end of the month.

Laura Overton, Managing Director of Towards Maturity said, “I’m delighted by these changes to two of our Ambassadors. Our research has shown how learning is increasing in value in organisations and these two outstanding companies are growing to meet the increased focus of learning at every level of the organisation.”

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