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Alphaport Named Winner of CorpU's Excellence and Innovation Award
Date:4/30/2013

CLEVELAND, April 30, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Alphaport Inc. announced that it has received the award for "Best Practice in Learning Technology" at the 14th annual CorpU Learning Excellence and Innovation Awards. CorpU, the leading talent development insight and education provider, presented the awards on April 22, 2013 as part of the 14th annual Global Leadership Congress at the University of Pennsylvania's Penn Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology in Philadelphia, PA. This is the second consecutive year Alphaport has received an innovation award from CorpU.

The CorpU Best Practice in Learning Technology was awarded to Alphaport in recognition of its work in creating an effective and cost-efficient learning environment for the NASA Safety Center (NSC) in Cleveland, OH. Alphaport developed over 100 different eLearning courses for NASA's STEP program, utilizing unique learning and human performance technology tools and processes. Using this advanced learning system, NASA not only saved millions in travel costs and participants' time, it also realized a 400% return on investment.  

The CorpU Awards for Learning Excellence and Innovation is the longest-running independent evaluation of corporate learning and talent programs. The awards honor corporate, non-profit and governmental learning organizations that improve both business and employee performance through Alignment, Alliances, Branding, Launching, Leadership Development, Learning Technology, and Measurement. A panel of independent expert judges from companies including Coca-Cola, Konica Minolta, Mars, and Microsoft scored the award applicants based on various criteria specific to each category.

"We are honored by this recognition from our peers and leaders in the industry," says Anthony J. Miranda , President and COO of Alphaport. "This award demonstrates our commitment to unleashing the creative power of our employees to drive innovation in the support we provide for all of our clients, including NASA."

About Alphaport
Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, Alphaport, Incorporated is an engineering services company providing specialized engineering support, technology development, knowledge transfer, and training services to government and commercial clients in technology driven organizations.

Established in 1999, Alphaport has a strong performance history that has been built on a foundation of program and project managers, retired aerospace experts, exceptional engineers, and technical specialists serving NASA, the Department of Defense (DoD), and private industry.

Alphaport has received multiple business and technology awards, including the Inc. 500 Award honoring America's fastest-growing private companies. For more information, visit www.alpha-port.com

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