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Aveta Business Institute Debuts New Six Sigma Online Web Site

September 22, 2010
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CLEVELAND, OH-Aveta Business Institute's Six Sigma Online, a leading provider of self-paced online Six Sigma Training and Certification, has recently undergone a face lift. According to CEO Craig Setter, "We wanted a more user-friendly experience for both our current students, and our prospective students." The new website includes an experience that is easily navigable, and a new logo which will carry through to Six Sigma Online's mailed correspondence with clients and students.

The free online article database and learning management system were also updated in the blue color palette used throughout. Setter added, "We are committed to giving our students the best Six Sigma Training Experience on the web, and we wanted our website to reflect that -- that's why our new look is not only cosmetic, but functional." He is referring to the Six Sigma Online Article database consisting of over 1,500 free and informative articles specializing in all areas of Six Sigma methodology and Six Sigma training. The article database is updated on a daily basis with well-written, current, and well-researched Six Sigma Articles. The succinct and helpful articles are all around 500 words. This database has always and will always continue to be free to the general public wishing to gain more knowledge about Six Sigma.

In addition to the Six Sigma article database, Six Sigma Online offers online Six Sigma Black Belt, Green Belt, Yellow Belt, and Master Black Belt training and certification for a fantastic value. This training is provided through an online learning management system, which has also been updated with the new designs.

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Six Sigma Online is a leading provider of online-based Six Sigma Training and Certification, with programs offered by Aveta Business Institute.

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