Partnership to tap and extend the power of Inkling
Inkling, a global leader in digital learning solutions, today announced that it is entering a partnership with The Educe Group, a leading provider of talent management consulting services. Together, the companies will deliver a full suite of technology and consulting services to support the learning needs of today’s modern workforce. The partnership will focus on enhancing Inkling’s integration into key organizational processes through the use of Educe microapps. These microapps target unique client requirements, such as user management for franchise operations or other scenarios where Inkling customers want to extend the power of the Inkling platform.
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“Educe has deep experience deploying learning technology solutions to major corporations and government agencies around the world that will really benefit Inkling customers,” said Inkling CEO Jeff Carr. “Our partnership will enable organizations to benefit from their best practices and to leverage the interoperability of Inkling’s modern, mobile-first operational learning platform with other learning applications and processes.”
Educe will incorporate Inkling into its consulting and advisory services work, with a goal of bringing modern learning experiences to its clients in markets such as retail, life sciences and technology. They will deliver solutions that will assist companies with content creation, virtual onboarding, product training and other critical learning activities.
“Inkling is a pioneer not only in delivering the tools to make learning more timely and relevant, but providing the insights organizations need to ensure that training is effective,” said Nyla Reed, founding partner at Educe. “Inkling simplifies the content authoring and distribution process while enabling consistent, rich, interactive content that is always current. By joining forces, Inkling and Educe can greatly enhance the value of our clients’ learning technology investments.”
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Acclaimed by analyst Josh Bersin, Inkling’s unified content creation and distribution model delivers an interactive learning experience and just-in-time knowledge to solve many of the challenges inherent in legacy content distribution approaches. Educe joins a community of partners and successful customers who see the power of Inkling to unify real-time content creation and distribution with existing LMS and LXP capabilities, including being a powerful complementary system of record to the LMS or LXP. Analytics available via Inkling then provide rich, page-level analytics in real-time, allowing organizations to analyze and refine mission-critical content, as well as comparing learning metrics with business objectives to gain in-depth insights into the efficacy of their training programs to improve employee performance.
The two companies are also teaming to support clients as they embrace digital transformation and evolve their learning strategies to navigate pandemic and post-pandemic conditions. Inkling and Educe are slated to co-present the upcoming webinar, “The Post-Pandemic Normal: Will Classroom Learning Survive?” on November 19, 2020, at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT. The webinar will address the need to reshape learning delivery to incorporate the best elements of classroom learning while building a viable long-term strategy for 2021 and beyond.