BRIGHTON, UK (December 02, 2020) – CrossKnowledge, a leader in high impact digital learning solutions and Elucidat, an award-winning elearning authoring platform for big employers, announced today a new partnership to help clients speed and scale up the delivery of personalized and engaging training for large enterprises through elearning.
The partnership comes at a crucial moment, with online-only training becoming the norm for most organizations. CrossKnowledge chose Elucidat and its interactive authoring platform because it seamlessly complements CrossKnowledge’s blended learning approach. Elucidat enables organizations to move away from the virtual classroom and to produce elearning content on an unprecedented scale super fast. Paired up with the CrossKnowledge full learning technology suite, the two elearning leaders are set to provide big employers with the most comprehensive and sustainable offering on the market.
What makes this partnership exciting for us is that CrossKnowledge and Elucidat share a common vision in delivering great customer experience through relevant and high impact learning […]
And what separates Elucidat is its ability to empower L&D teams through shared knowledge, while also creating elearning content at a lower cost, at larger scale, with the greatest amount of ease for all participants in the process.Guillaume Gérard, VP Operations of CrossKnowledge.
Today’s announcement builds on the work of both organizations to make learning more people-centered and sustainable in 2021 for all organizations worldwide.
Founded in 2013, Elucidat’s vision is to help build more successful, more ethical businesses through people-centered training.
Elucidat’s elearning authoring platform helps big employers drive down the cost of business-critical training. It makes quality elearning easy to produce, super fast. More than just an authoring tool, their team of experts offer unparalleled support to customers to ensure success.
The privately held company is headquartered in Brighton, England.
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