New Ricardo Knowledge online service launched

New Ricardo Knowledge online service launched


  • Interactive online purchasing platform for the growing range of Ricardo Knowledge training courses
  • Enables clients to interact directly with Ricardo’s Technical Assistance service
  • Comprehensive customer web interface available on tablets and smartphones as well as desktops

The new e-Store was launched today at (, providing clients with a comprehensive online trading environment through which they can access the training courses, online library and information databases, and technical assistance services provided by Ricardo Knowledge.

“We are really pleased to be able to launch the new Ricardo Knowledge e-Store,” commented Glen Hall, manager, Ricardo Knowledge. “With a rapidly growing number of popular training courses now being offered year-round at both Ricardo facilities and client premises, it will be far easier for clients to browse the courses on offer and book places directly”. We also recognize that the range of devices that clients use for browsing increasingly includes tablets and smartphones in addition to Macs and PCs.  For this reason the e-Store has been made screen-responsive so as to provide ease of access regardless of platform.” 

Two new Ricardo Knowledge products, which will be launched on the new e-Store in the coming weeks, are an online version of the basic internal combustion engines training course and an upgrade to Ricardo’s comprehensive global online library database, Powerlink. These new products follow the recent launch of the latest version of the Ricardo global emissions database, EMLEG, and together demonstrate the commitment of Ricardo Knowledge to make its products and services as widely accessible to clients, regardless of their location. 

To celebrate the launch of the e-Store, all classroom-style training courses booked online during June 2014 will be eligible for a 25 percent discount.

“By creating this single, integrated e-Store for Ricardo Knowledge,” concludes Hall, “our aim is that clients will find it much easier to access information on our three key service areas of Training, Technical Assistance and Information Services.”


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