Gutenberg Technology, global leader in creating tablet and smartphone content for the e-learning industry, has acquired Neodemia, one of the first European platforms in MOOC learning.
Professional MOOC Learning Management System (LMS) strengthens Gutenberg Technology as leader in the market.
A pioneer in creating MOOC since 2014, Neodemia has been working alongside its clients in the creation, development, and delivery of innovative training courses through the use of its MOOC platform.
The acquisition of Neodemia has strengthened the end-to-end e-learning solution envisioned and developed by Gutenberg Technology. Clients will be able to modularize, create, and publish interactive courses not only on tablets and smartphones but also on the Web through the MOOC platform.
Neodemia has buit its platform upon the Open edX standard. This plays well with Gutenberg Technology’s strategy, which won last june the edX Hackaton with an innovative video reader. Gutenberg Technology will be featured in Boston at this year’s edX conference, in october.
Francois-Xavier Hussherr, CEO of Gutenberg Technology, explains : “We have been strongly positioned on the tablet and the smartphone platforms. We have now strengthened our offering for our clients looking for a MOOC solution by developing an elaborate Web offering to be consistent across our LMS. For example, BNP Paribas has used Neodemia MOOC by delivering to customers and sales teams the MOOC "principles of bank regulation’. We can now offer a complete package for businesses that choose Gutenberg Technology for the digital transformation of their training.”
Laurent Boinot, President and co-founder of Neodemia, joined Gutenberg Technology to play a vital role in the strong development of the company: “I am very pleased that Neodemia, along with Gutenberg Technology, will reach the potential to shake up not only the e-education market but also the vocational training market.”