Mountain View, CA – March 8, 2018 – EdCast is pleased to announce that it has launched a new marketplace for corporate learning content providers to reach leading global organizations with information and resources for rapid upskilling called the ContentExchange.
EdCast, known for its award-winning AI-powered Knowledge Cloud for unified discovery, knowledge management and personalized learning has now launched the ContentExchange, the world’s largest enterprise market for knowledge and learning materials. Partners in the ContentExchange come from EdCast’s partnerships with leading global content providers, including edX.org, LinkedIn Learning, Regis Group, Harvard ManageMentor, Mandel Communications, Intuition, Capella University and many others.
EdCast’s advanced AI-driven infrastructure provides personalized, automatically-delivered content insights relevant for users. ContentExchange users benefit from a very unique learning experience as a result of optimized content supported by revolutionary AI to maximize relevance and timeliness.
A featured partner included in the launch of the ContentExchange is edX, the leading online learning platform founded by Harvard University and MIT. EdX is committed to providing access to high-quality educational content to everyone, everywhere. Through this partnership, EdCast and edX are providing learning content that meets the demands of today’s modern workplace and that has the power to transform lives and improve careers.
“Connecting employees with the right learning content is critical for companies to remain competitive,” says Lee Rubenstein, Vice President of Business Development at edX. “edX is proud be one of EdCast’s ContentExchange partners, making our unique library of valuable content available to the marketplace, so we can continue to provide innovative solutions in meeting corporate learning needs.”
EdCast is also pleased to work with and gain the endorsement of other premium content partners, including LinkedIn Learning.
Says Scott Roberts, LinkedIn’s VP of Business Development: “We’re excited to launch this program with our inaugural partners, like edX, Intuition, and others. Organizations will now be able to automatically upload and update all LinkedIn Learning content directly in EdCast’s ContentExchange marketplace, providing a streamlined experience for companies, administrators, and learners, alike.”
“Having access to the right content in innovative ways across multiple platforms allows companies to stay competitive in today’s rapidly changing environment,” says Karl Mehta, Founder and CEO of EdCast. “We launched the ContentExchange to provide a marketplace for leading global organizations to upskill their team members, allowing them to discover and connect with leading content providers from around the world.”
Founded in 2014, EdCast has offices in Mountain View, CA, Mumbai and Indore, India, and the New York, NY area. EdCast’s Knowledge Cloud, Learning Experience Platform (LXP) and GuideMe clients include Accenture, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Dell EMC, Walmart and McDonald’s, among many others. EdCast recently announced partnerships with the World Economic Forum (announcement) and NASSCOM (announcement) regarding separate initiatives to be the Knowledge Cloud provider facilitating breakthrough global upskilling initiatives targeting millions of learners around the globe. A few EdCast awards that were received recently include the Brandon Hall Group Gold Award for excellence in the Best Unique or Innovative Learning and Development Program category and the #1 Learning Tech Innovator of 2017 by Talented Learning.
The ContentExchange can be accessed by anyone at no cost at https://ed.edcast.com/contentexchange/.
EdCast is the AI-Powered Knowledge Cloud solution for workforce upskilling, including unified discovery, personalized learning and knowledge management across the enterprise. Its award-winning platform is used globally by Fortune 500 companies and government organizations to solve the discovery, curation and recommendation problems of content fragmentation across external, internal and tacit knowledge sources. EdCast’s solutions include its Learning Experience Platform (LXP) and GuideMe’smulti-language in-app content authoring solution.