Prescott Arizona – Chief Learning Officer (CLO) has announced today their 2016 Learning in Practice award winners and named Patricia Winchester from USA Today Network the winner of the silver division one Business Impact Award. Nolan Hout and Arun Anarag from Infopro Learning traveled to CLO’s annual symposium in Prescott Arizona to attend the event.

USA Today Receiving the Award

InfoPro Learning, in partnership with the USA TODAY Network, created a Learning Strategy for modernizing product training to increase ROI earlier this year. The training program impacted 2,500 tenured reps, as well as reaching 45 new reps every month by modernizing training to reduce learning time. The project was able to reduce learning time by 60% resulting in reducing training costs by $306,000 annually.Brandon Hall also recognized InfoPro Learning’s work with USA TODAY NETWORK About USA TODAY NETWORKUSA TODAY NETWORK is a leading media and marketing company headquartered in Virginia. They employ over 18,500 employees around the world and over the past 12 months has also acquired additional media organizations adding 800 plus employees. USA TODAY Network is the largest U.S. newspaper publisher as measured by total daily circulation.About Chief Learning Office Learning In Practice AwardsThe Chief Learning Officer Magazine Learning in Practice Awards celebrate those who have crafted new and innovative education initiatives, and recognize learning executives, organizations and vendors in the learning and development industry.The awards were first established in 2003 to recognize learning leaders that demonstrated excellence in the design and delivery of employee development programs. More than a decade later, industry professionals continue to look to the awards as a pinnacle recognition of success.About InfoPro LearningInfoPro Learning has over two decades of experience working with Fortune companies to deliver a wide range of managed learning services (strategy, delivery, administration, content development, and governance). InfoPro Learning has been recognized as a Top 20 Outsourced Learning Vendor for 5 years running and is also recognized as an innovator and industry expert by Chief Learning Officer, ATD, and several other institutions.