FTI provides training for business analysis, project management, enterprise architecture and testing in South Africa from its training centres in both Johannesburg and Cape Town and at the offices of corporate clients.
“We are passionate about developing human potential, especially where that potential can be utilised to unlock value and drive efficiencies in our corporate customers”, said Steve Erlank, CEO of FTI. “Everywhere you go you will find business analysts and project managers that came through our programmes. We are very proud of that. Being part of EOH will significantly increase the reach of our programmes”.
According to EOH CEO, Asher Bohbot, the acquisition of FTI enables EOH to provide vital skills to its clients. “There is a natural fit in the philosophies of our two organisations which focuses on people and their potential,” Bohbot said. “It is also aligned with our commitment to provide learnerships in an area where there is a shortage of skills. FTI’s ability to provide the up-skilling of talent directly from our organisation is of great value to us,” concluded Bohbot.