New collaboration in e-learning boosts confidence for major corporates

London-listed NetDimensions is the latest Learning Management System provider to join Mohive’s growing network of preferred international enterprise partners.

The new partnership has crystallised thanks to early collaborative work between the two e-learning companies for global engineering and development consultancy Mott MacDonald and for worldwide exploration business Fugro.

“The new collaborative agreement between Mohive and NetDimensions makes perfect sense for large companies like ours,” says Peter Gomm, group learning technology manager at Mott MacDonald. 

“Integration problems can be costly and time consuming. Knowing that the systems we use to support new training services interact 100% effectively delivers a critical element of comfort for training managers. But it’s not just knowing that everything works well together technically, it’s about knowing that everyone is working together effectively to deliver the kind of seamless support today’s high definition eLearning projects require.”

Both Mott MacDonald and Fugro have deployed the NetDimensions’ LMS with Mohive’s e-Learning Publishing System and are currently rolling out enterprise-wide e-learning programmes across their international operations.

Commenting on the new agreement, Mohive CEO Lars Unneberg said:

“Mohive and NetDimensions share a common culture.  Both of us believe that winning in the enterprise e-learning space means rapid deployment of trusted solutions capable of supporting international training operations. Closer cooperation serves only to accelerate the process: the new deal will reduce time to market for businesses that choose to deploy our systems and deliver natural cost savings by streamlining the implementation process.”

NetDimensions CEO Jay Shaw said, “Our common clients are delighted that the two systems work so well together. A commitment to standards-based development on the part of both suppliers gives clients choice. This becomes especially important in the context of large, complex implementations.”

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