Plainsboro, New Jersey (PRWEB) November 09, 2015

Infopro Learning, a corporate learning and development company with over 20 years of improving business performance, announced today the acquisition of Sherwood Learning, a provider of leadership and development workshops and trainings to corporations in the U.S., Europe, and Asia.

“We are excited about our acquisition of Sherwood Learning,” said Sriraj Mallick, President – Infopro Learning.

“Sherwood Learning’s leadership training library and workshops, combined with our innovative blended learning framework iPerform, will help us offer a wide range of leadership development programs. Our leadership training will now become more hands-on, interactive, and experiential, helping our customers achieve their desired performance outcomes.”

Co-Founder, Kathy Sherwood, will work with an expanded team at Infopro Learning to continue managing Sherwood’s leadership products and consulting services. Starting in January 2016, the Sherwood Learning office will transition into the Infopro Learning office, located at 103 Morgan Lane, Plainsboro, NJ.

This is the second significant acquisition for Infopro Learning within the last 12 months. Late 2014, Infopro Learning acquired a learning administration and resourcing company to advance their Learning Business Process Outsourcing (LBPO) offering.

About Infopro Learning
Infopro Learning is an award winning performance consulting and training development company. With over 20 years of history in the L&D industry, their proprietary learning models and methodologies have been proven to help organizations around the world to achieve desired performance outcomes in various functions, such as sales, customer service, compliance and onboarding. Each model has been perfected over time to provide the right blend of learning strategy, design, training development, informal learning interventions, and an effective use of technology to achieve desired performance outcomes and reduce time to proficiency by over 30%. For more information, visit