Mountain View, Calif. — June 22
Expertus, a learning technologies and managed learning services company, announced Tuesday that it has partnered with The Cegos Group, a training consulting company, to create a next-generation learning system.
By combining the functionality of the ExpertusONE unified learning platform with Cegos’ competency-based multimodal, multilingual professional learning programs, the partnership supports formal, informal, social, and collaborative learning opportunities for U.S.-based companies’ domestic and international employees, customers and extended enterprise constituents.
Through the initial three-year agreement, U.S. corporations, government agencies and academic institutions will have options to deliver Cegos’ e-learning content via Expertus’ cloud-based learning platform ExpertusONE or the client’s LMS.
“We are partnering with Expertus because of their extensive knowledge of the U.S. marketplace, global clients and business strategy, cutting-edge learning platform technology and ability to deliver unique offerings to customers around the world,” said Jacques Coquerel, CEO of The Cegos Group. “This partnership will also allow us to help our international clients with the rolling out of their training program in the USA. Customers will benefit from multilingual, pedagogically sound courseware and the first-rate learning-focused services that both organizations offer.”
Expertus will establish and manage a U.S.-based sales distribution channel for Cegos’ off-the-shelf e-learning courses, instructor-led courses, and blended learning programs. Except for a few legacy relationships, Expertus will have exclusive rights for Cegos’ sales to U.S.-based companies.
It is a cloud-based learning platform that acts as the hub of a learning ecosystem, enabling personnel everywhere to quickly find, share and use specific learning resources. ExpertusONE supports formal, informal, mobile and social learning; communities of practice; Web 2.0 collaboration and communication applications; expert networks; prescriptive learning; federated search and other advanced features.
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