360training.com welcomes Brad Moss to their executive team as COO. Brad joins 360training.com with a proven track record of developing and improving operational processes, increasing efficiencies and reducing cost, as well as advising on complex e-commerce solutions.
“I’m very excited to join the team here at 360training.com,” said Moss. “Given the fragmentation in the e-learning space, this organization is well-positioned to experience tremendous growth. We need to ensure we have the appropriate focus on people, systems and processes to meet and sustain these new levels of business that are available to us. The teams across all of our geographies are super smart and motivated, and I’m very excited to be on the team with them to create learners for life.”
With 360training.com, Moss will drive operational excellence across all of our offices and dispersed cross-functional teams in multiple countries and cities. IT Operations, Customer Operations, Training Operations and Global Operations will all report into him.
“We are fortunate to have Brad join our leadership team to scale the global reach of our elearning marketplace and meet the demands of our customers. Brad will bring proven leadership and deep operating experience in the ecommerce space to drive enterprise excellence.” said Ed Sattar, CEO of 360training.com
Brad’s added skill set will aid in 360training.com’s mission to offer the most comprehensive and accessible e-learning marketplace, and to creating learners for life.
360training.com is a leading online and classroom-delivered eLearning marketplace. We deliver best in class training content for workforce compliance, continuing education, professional development, and career certification, as well as learning and content management software. Since 1999, our course libraries have grown to include more than 15 industries and 6,000 individual titles. Joining the list of over 3 million learners who have chosen 360training.com to meet their training needs are businesses, training providers, associations, colleges, universities, and subject matter experts