Omniplex celebrates North American office opening

Omniplex, a leading provider of e-Learning solutions, has expanded its operations by opening a North American office, in Montreal, Canada.

This expansion comes at a time of sustained growth for the company. Matthew Lloyd, managing director of Omniplex, said: “As well as growing our business across the Americas, we have enjoyed increased sales in both the UK and European markets. Importantly, this move in North America has also allowed us to offer greater support to our international clients.”

Omniplex will be offering the same comprehensive portfolio of e-learning solutions in North America that has proved so popular in Europe.

Omniplex’s Vice President of North American Operations, Susan Morin, commented: “There is a real need throughout North America for a true e-learning solutions provider: a supplier that can recommend, supply and support the full range of technologies that organisations need to take full advantage of the opportunities presented by online learning.

“At Omniplex, we strive to build long-term relationships with our clients. We become a trusted resource they can turn to, in the knowledge that, as we are not tied to any one particular technology, we will give unbiased advice on which they can rely.”

The e-learning solutions supplied by Omniplex address the full value-chain of technology-based learning, including authoring tools and services, learning management systems, as well as innovative solutions for learning re-enforcement. 

Matthew Lloyd commented “We have excellent relationships with the leading technology providers in the industry, including established authors such as Articulate and OutStart, as well as ground-breaking solutions such as Absorb LMS from Blatant Media and Cameo from the Yukon Group. By being the single source for all the different components of an e-learning solution, we can provide a ‘one-stop-shop’ for implementation, training and technical support – ensuring our clients get a system ‘that just works’!”



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