Avilar

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6760 Alexander Bell Drive, Suite # 105
Columbia, MD 21046
About Avilar
  • Avilar, The Competency Company, provides web-based competency management and eLearning solutions. Formed in 1997, Avilar was a pioneer in the e-learning marketplace and quickly learned that a competency based approach to workforce development was the most effective way to deliver results. The flagship WebMentor® product line, originally introduced in 1998, includes a complete suite of affordable, easy-to-use, and full-featured competency development and management tools. Avilar is the recipient of the Excellence in E-Learning for Customer Satisfaction award from Brandon Hall and E-Learning Magazine, and was cited by Training Magazine as a top "Price-to-Value" provider. Avilar proves that with a continuous skill inventory, ranging from sales competencies to HR competencies to IT competencies, and the reporting capabilities to maximize this information, organizations are enabled to identify the strengths and weaknesses of their workforce and take action to improve performance.
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