ROTTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS--(Marketwire - Sep 12, 2012) - ITpreneurs, the leading provider of competence development solutions for IT best practices, has announced its charitable partnership with Close the Gap. Through this partnership, the organizations will collaborate to provide technology resources to developing countries.
"We are very pleased to partner with Close the Gap to further the organization's mission," says Sukhbir Jasuja, CEO, ITpreneurs. "With our aligned goal of promoting training and education on a global level, I am confident this will be a mutually beneficial partnership."
Close the Gap is an international not-for-profit organization that looks to bridge the "digital divide." Since its inception in 2003, Close the Gap has helped reinstall tens of thousands of PCs donated by companies across the world, offering local communities access to these resources.
"Donations to Close the Gap support projects all over the world that share one common denominator: the empowerment of the individual and his or her community," says Olivier Vanden Eynde, Founder and Managing Director for Close the Gap. "Our partnership with ITpreneurs will help us continue to build that empowerment."
ITpreneurs helps certified Partners around the globe expand product offerings, accelerate growth and drive profitability. For more information about ITpreneurs, visit www.ITpreneurs.com. For more information about Close the Gap, visit www.close-the-gap.org.
ITpreneurs offers innovative competence development programs for IT best practices to support the educational needs of IT professionals. With expertise in key domains including Cloud Computing, ITSM, IT Governance, Information Security, Process Improvement and Project Management, ITpreneurs provides guidance on disparate frameworks and integrated solutions. Learn more about us at www.ITpreneurs.com and follow on Twitter at http://twitter.com/ITpreneurs.
About Close the Gap
Close the Gap is an international not-for-profit organization that helps to bridge the digital divide by offering cost-efficient, high quality used IT equipment to projects in the South. Close the Gap does not only provide computers to developing countries, it also builds up various partnerships with other organizations worldwide in order to deliver all-embracing software and hardware solutions to its recipients. Learn more about Close the Gap at www.closethegap.be.