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NetDimensions: Uster Technologies selects NetD Talent Suite

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NetDimensions (Holdings) Limited
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Uster Technologies selects NetDimensions to transform global sales processes and innovate with mobile learning

NetDimensions (AIM: NETD; OTCQX: NETDY), a global provider of performance, knowledge, and learning management systems, announced today that Switzerland-based Uster Technologies, a global market leader in textile quality control, has chosen NetDimensions Talent Suite as Secure SaaS in order to provide training to employees all over the world.

Uster Technologies is the premier quality reference point for textile producers worldwide. It has over 60 years' expertise in testing and monitoring solutions dedicated to the production of the finest fibers, yarns, and fabrics. Uster Technologies offers its clients know-how, industry expertise, and customer support - underpinned by an exclusive range of quality control instruments."We were looking for a truly global company, which would be able to provide us with solutions that meet our specific requirements and help us improve our organisational performance."

"We needed an efficient, multi-language Learning Management System (LMS), which would allow us to accelerate onboarding, improve product knowledge, drive sales processes, and support IT roll outs all over the world. The LMS also needs to interoperate seamlessly with other systems, which we already have in place in our organisation", explained Geoffrey Scott, CEO at Uster Technologies.

Effective knowledge management and sales processes, as well as efficient onboarding are critical to Uster Technologies, which has a global and highly distributed workforce."We were also looking for an innovative mobile solution to deliver training on tablet devices at the point of need all over the world."We evaluated several vendors and solutions, and in the end we chose NetDimensions, because it is a global company that could meet all our specific requirements and because it is well-known for their innovations on the mobile front," continued Scott."We are proud to be working with a leading company like Uster Technologies to support its global operations. This will in turn help Uster Technologies provide top-class service to their clients, textile producers worldwide," commented Liam Butler, General Manager for EMEA at NetDimensions.

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About NetDimensions

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

NetDimensions' flagship product line, the NetDimensions Talent Suite, enables companies, government agencies and other organizations to personalize learning, share knowledge, enhance performance, foster collaboration, and manage compliance programs for employees, customers, partners and suppliers.

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

NetDimensions is ISO 9001 certified and NetDimensions hosted services are ISO 27001 certified. For more information, visit www.NetDimensions.com.

About Uster Technologies Ltd

The Uster Group is the leading high-technology instrument manufacturer of products for quality measurement and certification for the textile industry. The Group provides testing and monitoring instruments, systems and services that allow optimisation of quality through each individual stage of textile production. This includes raw textile fibers, such as cotton or wool, all staple fiber and filament yarns, as well as downstream services to the final finished fabric. UsterTechnologies provides benchmarks that are a basis for the trading of textile products at assured levels of quality across global markets. The Group's aim is to forward know-how on quality, productivity and cost to the textile industry.

Uster Technologiesis headquartered in Uster, Switzerlandandis an independent subsidiary of Toyota Industries Corporation (TICO), a Japanese listed company.The Uster Groupoperates through a worldwide market organisation complemented by technology centers. It has sales and service subsidiaries in the major textile markets and technology centers in Uster (Switzerland), Knoxville (USA) and Suzhou (China).

For more information, please visit: http://www.uster.com

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