Avaal Technology releases preliminary plans for global expansion into the New Year
26 Apr 2009
Brampton, ON -- December 30, 2006 - It has been a triumphant year for the Brampton based I.T Company, which launched its first certification program in logistics, only ten months ago. Through industry experience and strategic planning, Avaal program developers have dissected the transportation industry to isolate the formulation of its main components. By concentrating on the core functions of the logistics industry, and perfecting a careful blend of I.T knowledge and practical hands on exercises for students, the program has rapidly defined itself as one-of-a-kind. Individuals from various unique backgrounds and industry niches have challenged themselves and diversified their way of thinking while tremendously expanding their horizons in the transportation industry. With over ninety successful graduates in the forty-hour certification program, Avaal has established a firm footing as a leading training facility servicing the logistics industry and has gained national recognition as a private career college, endorsed by the Ministry of Colleges and Universities in Ontario.
This achievement highlights a key stepping-stone in Avaal’s future development plans in introducing its latest addition to the logistics training division. Commencing in February, Avaal will be offering international and domestic students a full one year, diploma program in logistics operations management. The course outline is intensively in-depth, and trains students for a vibrant career in one of America’s fastest growing industries. The New Year will undoubtedly pave the landscape for Avaal’s landmark development strategies, which will commence through the deployment of a branch in India. Launching a division in one of the world’s most rapidly developing I.T nations, will also help accomplish the initiation of Avaal’s highly anticipated global marketing campaign, which will allow students from all over the globe to train with some of the most infamous names in the logistics industry. Although specific details have yet to be publicized, Avaal has received much attention from nationwide media outlets concerning the launch of its program.
In an unprecedented interview with Avaal’s existing C.E.O, Dara Nagra, it was announced that the program will utilize full online integration for course enrollment and registration. Furthermore, students will have interactive web-based tools to help manage timetables, course material, and payment schedules. An interactive learning center will also allow the possibility for distance education, as registered exam centers will be utilized for those studying abroad.
In addition to advancements in its training division, Avaal has also announced the development of Internet software packages targeted towards over-the-road motor carriers. After establishing partnerships with industry giants such as Transcore, it is to no surprise that Avaal will also focus its efforts on revolutionizing the way in which transport companies manage fleet operations. Through the introduction of the ACE cargo control system, border officials and governments are increasing measures to monitor the transfer of goods between Canada and the U.S. Avaal has announced that it is in the development stages of an internet portal where carriers will be able to login via a secured access area to transmit their electronic manifest to border officials, prior to entering Canada or the U.S. The implementation of such a system is aimed at simplifying the integration of a mandatory new system, which requires carriers to electronically transmit details about the load in transit, and information on the truck operators.
If strategies for global expansion and industry revolution aren’t enough to tantalize your taste buds, then perhaps the launch of a full logistics servicing division catering small to medium sized carriers may accomplish the task! Avaal has reaffirmed speculation of it’s recent extension in the array of services offered to transport carriers. As increasingly stringent regulations and polices plague the transport sector, companies must maintain strict operational procedures and ensure compliance with applicable provincial and statutory regulatory bodies. Avaal has simplified this often-daunting task by offering carriers services such as IFTA filing, accounting, record keeping, and consulting services.
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