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Mountain Home 'Doing the Right Thing Really is the Best Business Approach'
Date:2/15/2010

Mountain Home Training and Consulting Inc., is bringing a unique approach to the Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) Training and Certification industry. They are making doing the right thing their number one business strategy.

Denver, CO (PRWEB) February 15, 2010 -- Mountain Home Training and Consulting Inc., a leader in Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) Training and Certification, has shaken up their own industry over the last six months with some very innovative approaches to the way they do business. It started with their decision to offer their On Demand Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification Course for free.

The first response from most people to this unique offer was “how can they do this?” After all, this is the same course that Mountain Home had been charging for, not a watered down demo version. Why would a company give away one of their most popular products!

To Derril Watts the CEO of Mountain Home the answer was simple, “The reason we made this offer is we felt that providing this type of training is a way for us to do our part in today’s uncertain economy. So many businesses are trying to survive this recession without the knowledge they need. We wanted to help by doing what we do best – transfer knowledge. Rarely do you get an opportunity to do something significant to help your customers and grow your business.”

“We felt we could take the risk, because we felt very strongly that if a potential client experienced one of our courses they would be likely to use us to meet their other training needs,” added Mountain Home VP of Marketing Jerry Posey. “We also felt that because we were very sincere and were really trying to help that people would respond positively.”

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