We’re Changing Our Name! But You Can Still Call Us Relias

Hello friends,

As we prepare for the start of Impact Nation – one of the most exciting times of the year for us here at Relias – I wanted to share some news with you. For the past five years as Relias Learning, we’ve worked hard to offer our clients best-in-class learning courses to help you provide the highest level of care to the most vulnerable members of society. This singular focus on learning was built on the needs of our clients. Over these years, the healthcare industry has changed, and we’ve changed along with it.In the last year, we acquired industry leaders in both analytics and assessments.

These companies use data to help organizations like yours hire better, identify opportunities to improve performance, and thrive in a pay-for-performance world. By combining analytics and assessments with Relias’ industry leading education, we can provide even greater value to our clients.

We’re as committed as ever to helping our clients, we’re just doing it from a broader perspective. So, to reflect that broader perspective, we’ve decided to make a change to our company name. Moving forward you’ll know us simply as Relias. Chances are you’ve already been referring to us that way, so it seemed like a logical and simple decision to make the change official.

Whether you are joining us in Orlando for Impact Nation, or your primary interaction with us is via the RLMS, our blog, or you enjoy receiving emails from us with the latest industry news, keep a lookout for the subtle name change to Relias.

As always, thanks for your continued support. No matter what we call ourselves, we’ll always be working hard to earn your trust and confidence.


Jim Triandiflou
CEO, Relias

Jim Triandiflou


Jim Triandiflou joined Relias Learning in July 2012. He previously served as President and CEO of ServiceCEO, a field service software company with more than 6,000 customers around the world. Prior to that role, Jim was Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Centive, a sales performance management software company that launched the industry’s first Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) commission system in 2005. He was also COO of the medical device distribution company Surgi-Care. Jim holds a BS in Marketing from State University of New York College at Oswego and an MBA from the Arizona State University Carey School of Business. He speaks frequently on SaaS, sales effectiveness, and the value of sales management.

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