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Thales Training & Consultancy Selects NetD

HONG KONG, CHINA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/14/14 --

January 14 2014

NetDimensions (Holdings) Limited

("NetDimensions" or the "Company")

NetDimensions selected by Thales Training & Consultancy to manage the
compliance and learning needs of leading training organisations across

NetDimensions (AIM: NETD; OTCQX: NETDY), a global provider of
performance, knowledge, and learning management systems, announces that
it has been selected by Thales Training & Consultancy to manage the
compliance and learning needs of employees and clients across Europe.

Thales Training & Consultancy ispart of the Thales Group, which has
over 68,000 employees globally. Thales Training & Consultancy is
renowned for being a highlysuccessful trainingservices provider,
serving leading organisations in defense, construction and
transportation in the UK and Europe.

To be able to meet the varied needs of the Thales UK employees and its
external clients across Europe, Thales Training & Consultancy needed a
Learning Management System (LMS), which was able to run multiple,
customised client portals from one central system in order to offer a
highly personalised learning experience to each one of their clients.
The LMS also had to connect with other systems within Thales Training &
Consultancy and had to meet its strict security requirements.

After an intensive evaluation process, NetDimensions Learning was
selected, ultimately because of the high quality and rich feature set
of the product, in addition to its unique configuration and
customisation capabilities."We needed high levels of flexibility to tailor
the system based on
specific requirements of our various clients. In addition, a strong
capability in project management for implementation and rollout was
critical to us. We were looking for a provider with excellent
references in B2B environments in the L&D sector." explained Rachel
Kay, Managing Director of Thales Training & Consultancy."NetDimensions was
able to provide the technology, which is best suited
to our needs as both a provider of L&D managed service solutions and
the ability to support our back office processes," said Kay."We needed a
great product to put in front of our clients.
NetDimensions Learning offers high levels of flexibility to 'skin' our
client portals to meet our clients' needs, as well as the flexibility
to tailor the technology when required.""By using NetDimensions Learning,
our clients can ensure that their
employees meet all compliance requirements and key strategic programmes
are linked to the right individuals in the organisation."

Liam Butler, General Manager EMEA at NetDimensions commented: "We are
committed to continually evolve the technical capabilities of our
products to be able to provide our clients a 'leading edge'
technology. We are proud to work with Thales Training & Consultancy to
help them enhance their managed services business, which in turn will
benefit their clients."


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About Thales Training & Consultancy

Thales Training & Consultancy is the established and successful
training services arm of Thales. It delivers learning and development
solutions across five main areas: Training Courses; In Company and
Tailored Training Programmes; Consultancy Services; Coaching Services
and Outsourced Training Services; and Training Supply Management. To
learn more, visit http://www.thales-trainingconsultancy.com/

About NetDimensions

Established in 1999, NetDimensions (AIM: NETD; OTCQX: NETDY) is a
global provider of performance, knowledge, and learning solutions.

NetDimensions provides companies, government agencies and other
organisations withtalent management solutionsto personalise learning,
share knowledge, enhance performance, foster collaboration, and manage
compliance programmes for employees, customers, partners and suppliers.

Recognised as one of the talent management industry's top-rated
technology suppliers in overall customer satisfaction, NetDimensions
has been chosen by leading organisations worldwide including ING,
Cathay Pacific, Hunter Douglas, Chicago Police Department, Geely
Automotive, Fugro Group, and Fresenius Medical Care.

NetDimensions is ISO 9001 certified and NetDimensions hosted services
are ISO 27001 certified.

For more information, visit www.NetDimensions.co.ukor follow
@netdimensionson Twitter.

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