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CERTPOINT Systems Inc.
Type Private
Industry eLearning software and services
Founded 1996
Founder(s) Ara Ohanian, Constantin Ohanian
Headquarters Roslyn Heights, NY, United States
Area served Global
Website http://www.certpointsystems.com

CERTPOINT Systems Inc. is an e-learning software company headquartered in Roslyn Heights, New York that provides e-learning, learning content, talent, performance and workforce management solutions.

It has offices in Brussels, Paris, Barcelona, Los Angeles, Abu Dhabi, Johannesburg and Moscow.

Clients include L’Oréal, Toyota, Honda, Diesel, LANCOME Paris, Garnier, Giorgio Armani, Weightwatchers, Popeys, TTI, Ulticom, Stanley Black & Decker, G-Tech, Cancer Treatment Centres of America and TTI.[citation needed]


Certpoint was founded in 1996 in New York by father and son Constantin and Ara Ohanian.

Formerly known as Vuepoint.[1]

The company's first client was The Hartford, an insurance company that remains a customer decades later. Today, Certpoint clients include Toyota, Honda, Stanley Black & Decker.

Just recently, DCI Donor Services, Inc selected Certpoint as its learning management system (LMS) provider across its family of organ and tissue recovery companies.[2]

In June 1, 2007, Vuepoint and Centre of Excellence for Applied Research and Training(CERT) became partners and was renamed CERTPOINT Systems Inc.[3]

On 15 November 2011, Certpoint secured $3.5 million growth round to expand sales and channel partnerships.[4]

On March 4, 2013, Infor announced an agreement to combine with the company.[5] Upon completion of the transaction, as announced on April 2, 2013,[6] the company became part of Infor's Learning Technologies team, where they were led by the CERTPOINT's CEO, Ara Ohanian, who became vice president and general manager.


CERTPOINTVLS™ and CERTPOINTVLS Mobile™ are all-in-one global learning platforms.

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