International deal for e-learner

International deal for e-learner

Surfers Paradise-based beyondedge has signed an exclusive partnership with Europe’s largest e-learning company IMC, to provide content for its Asia-Pacific operations.

IMC regional director Stephanie Klein says the German company decided to leverage local expertise in content development, as it expands its scope into South East Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

“This is different to our approach in other parts of the world where we have set up our own content development teams as part of our full service approach.

“However, when we saw the quality of work coming from beyondedge, we decided to work with them instead,” says Klein.

“We are extremely impressed with the quality of their productions.

What impressed us most is that in all their productions they create a fusion of powerful online technologies with compelling film components and an engaging interactive instructional design.”

Beyondedge executive producer Duy Huynh says the two companies fit very well in a partnership because their value propositions are complementary.

“IMC provides software and services for the deployment and management of e-learning systems for both SME and large-scale companies while beyondedge can provide the required content services,’’ says Huynh.

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