Thursday, 22 February 2018

Instructure have eye on overtaking Blackboard

Instructure, the owners of the Canvas LMS, have announced annual revenues of $158m.  This is an impressive 43% increase on the previous year, but despite the growth, the company is still losing in the region of $50m a year.

Wednesday, 24 January 2018

NetDimensions drives LTG revenue growth and to debt free position

In their announcement before going into their stock market closed period, LTG have said they expect full year results to show revenue has grown from £28.3m to £51.8m.

Unicorn Training Announce 42% Sales Growth and Purchase of Socrates Training

Unicorn Training have announced their sales figures for 2017 have grown almost 42% to £7.8m with an operating profit of over £1m. 

Wednesday, 17 January 2018

Flash in the Pan

Adobe have announced that by the end of 2020, they will no longer support the Flash plug-in.

Monday, 18 December 2017

Instructure adds to video learning capabilities in Canvas with Acquisition

Instructure, the company behind the Canvas LMS has bought Practice, a video microlearning solution company.

Described as "a scalable means for teams to frequently practice skills and receive meaningful, timely feedback through the power of peer-to-peer video assessment and coaching", Instructure sees the Practice solutions as adding interactivity and feedback to their talent management and learning solutions

Tuesday, 12 December 2017

CloserStill Makes Third Acquisition of 2017 with Purchase of Online Educa Berlin

Since buying Bizmedia in 2014, the CloserStill appetite for acquisition has grown steadily which has allowed them to expand their product brand in the eLearning market, with the recent purchase of Online Educa Berlin adding not only the OEB Conference, but also allowing the launch of Learning Technologies Germany.

Friday, 8 December 2017

CallidusCloud Buys Learning Seat for $26m

Callidus Software, the US based cloud eLearning supplier have announced they're buying Australian adaptive training and compliance learning content provider Learning Seat, for $26.4 million.