New Jersey-based New Horizons Worldwide Inc., a major provider of computer training, said Monday that it will move its corporate headquarters to Santa Ana, where its operational unit has been based for several years.
New Horizons, which has more than 200 training centers in 36 countries, offers computer labs, instructor-led classes, Web-based training and certification-exam preparation tools. It is used by more than 2.4 million students each year, the company said.
The corporate move "should have little impact operationally," spokesman Robert Meloche said. "What we're excited about is that we will be a Southern California corporation."
New Horizons Thomas J. Bresnan, who had been chief executive of the company's Santa Ana subsidiary, New Horizons Computer Learning Centers, has been named the chief executive of the parent corporation. He succeeds Curtis Lee Smith Jr., who will continue as chairman of the board, the company said.