Merger Announcement LearnKey®, LearnCast® and Predix

Industry Leaders Merge – LearnKey®, LearnCast® and Predix

Three powerful companies merge to form a very strategic learning entity known as Better Learning Systems (BLS).

LearnKey® Inc., LearnCast® Inc., and Predix Inc., combine their executive leadership teams, global experience and financial resources to create the “next big idea” in the learning industry, Better Learning Systems.

These three companies all share a similar background of delivering first-to-market solutions and innovations within the learning, e-learning and mobile learning industries. Their stories include accomplishments such as the first video-based software training company (1987); the first privately held company to deliver  interactive CD-ROM to the market with video, labs and assessments; the first company to stream learning video in an online learning portal with labs and assessments; and possibly the first mobile platform to specifically offer rapid development tools, learning management tools, video transcoding with global distribution specific to learning within one cloud-based system.

“I’m really interested to see how our existing customer base adopts our new and strategic offerings. This will prove to have more value with better reach and deeper measurements for everyone”, stated David Clemons CEO and Founder of LearnCast.com

“The global industry of video based training, online learning, mobile innovation and individual talent discovery through software, will see something fantastic at Better Learning Systems”, stated Clemons

This merger represents a very big move for the privately held LearnKey®, the original video-based software training company launched in 1987, who has brought together an interesting blend of mobile technology and professional behavioral assessment technology and know-how together under one vision – one mission. “Build a Better Learning System

Read the companies press announcement here on  PRWEB WIRE - http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/2/prweb9156955.htm

LearnCast Announces New Delivery Formats “App”, SMS, EMAIL

Monday ( July 19th – 2010) – LearnCast has delivered a new version of its mobile platform that provides content delivery options including, mobile app store(s), mobile SMS with real-time feed back, and Email delivery systems.

“Our clients have specifically asked to have more options in delivering their content with the assurance of security “, states David Clemons, founder of LearnCast.”We now have the most popular mobile delivery systems available to schools and corporate enterprises. With a combination of apps, emails and SMS urgent messaging our customers can select which is best for their mobile learners regardless of device type. We now support Blackberry, Apple, Windows, Nokia, Samsung, HTC, as well as hundreds of smart devices that connect to the mobile internet.”

The free tools build trust fast with our clients – powered by LearnCast , this is a great opportunity for schools to repurpose lesson plans and deliver content to the remote , mobile student. Enterprise clients can use our tools and delivery system to measure the effectiveness of the training.

UPDATES:

1. Simulation Views in Page Builder and Testing and Publish

2. MobiQuiz and MobiExams show actual user test results

3. Testing and Publishing allow for target groups and dates to be delivered

4. Navigation of non-Apple applications have more consistent look and feel

5. SMS, EMAIL delivery( Included)

6. Groups can be created within Enterprise or Educational Organizations

7. Exporting/Importing from LMS  User Data – made simple

8. Secure Quiz codes – added and refined

9. User Log in to HTML – email based products

Contact us – LearnCast Team

Support@LearnCast.com

LearnCast – enterprise platform for mobile content creation and distribution

LearnCast® is designed for the enterprise by repurposing existing educational content to any mobile device, including video.

LearnCast is capable of providing a complete mobile solution and strategy for delivering mobile content including corporate messaging and pure educational content to thousands of mobile workers world-wide.

LearnCast is a registered trademark