SOURCE: Six Sigma Online

January 25, 2010 11:36 ET

Six Sigma Online Retains Promotional Pricing Into 2010

Aveta Solutions' Six Sigma Online Announces Commitment to Maintain Pricing Discounts in 2010

CLEVELAND, OH--(Marketwire - January 25, 2010) - As 2009 draws to a close and 2010 begins, we ruminate on many things, most importantly, what the new decade will bring for the state of the American Economy. Many businesses are using the New Year as a good opportunity to raise prices or to change their products around in a way to make them seem, well, 'new'! This is not the case for every company, especially Aveta Solutions' Six Sigma Online, which specializes in online-based Six Sigma and Lean Training and Certification.

"Since we've started the company, our goal has always been to provide the best and most effective Six Sigma Training, at the lowest possible price," states Craig Setter, President and CEO. This is why the team at Six Sigma Online has decided to continue their current promotional pricing going into 2010, including Six Sigma Yellow Belts, Six Sigma Green Belts, Six Sigma Black Belts, and Lean/Design for Six Sigma Training.

"At Six Sigma Online, we realize how big of a decision, commitment, and investment Six Sigma Certification is for a student -- both in time and finances. Hopefully, this will give a prospective student a little bit more time to decide on a training program that fits them the best, without having to worry about getting the 'best deal' as well," Setter adds.

If you have ever thought about Six Sigma Training for yourself or the employees at your company or business, now is as great a time as ever! Six Sigma Certification can be a New Year's Resolution for 2010 that you can actually afford to keep with the promotional pricing from Aveta Business Institute's Six Sigma Online!

Aveta Solutions' Six Sigma Online is the world leading provider of online six sigma certification and training. For more information about the six sigma process please visit www.sixsigmaonline.org.

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