- 810 King Street
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
About PerformTechPerformTech is a woman-owned full-service training and information support business headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia. We specialize in the design and development of sophisticated and engaging custom multimedia applications, websites, and instructionally effective classroom, CD-ROM, and web-based education and blended training solutions that are both cost effective and learning efficient, without sacrificing creativity or innovation. Because PerformTech is heavily involved in the Federal training sector, the focus of our training efforts is on technical and soft skill development, rather than on the more common sales force and software application training, although we have developed several custom courses on the use of complex agency-specific computer applications such as the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau’s (TTB) Integrated Revenue Information System (IRIS).
We have been in business since 1994, and we are proud of our considerable accomplishments over the past 15 years. We have grown from our initial 3-person staff to 60 highly- esteemed professionals. Our revenue and staff has grown steadily over the years, with a recent surge of more than 150% revenue growth in 2007.
Our client base is made up of non-profit organizations, national associations, top-ranked universities, Federal agencies, and major corporations. Our projects range in size from quick response web presentations to more complex assignments to build databases, web applications, and hundreds of hours of web-based and classroom-based training and interactive courseware.
PerformTech has a vast amount of experience in developing highly effective training programs and provides the full-range of training development and support services, including:
•Needs assessments, task analyses, and instructional analyses,
•Web-based training and simulations;
•Blended learning solutions, combining classroom and computer based training
•Instructor-led training, job aids, manuals, and quick reference guides;
•Instructor development training;
•CD-ROM-based training and interactive manuals;
•Video-based training and information programs;
•Internet- and Intranet-based knowledge dissemination applications;
•Training marketing and implementation plans; and
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