Baltimore – July 25, 2019 – eThink Education and OpenSesame are excited to announce their new partnership aimed at combining their expertise to bring LMS users a top-of-the-line Learning and Development experience. eThink is a high-touch, high-quality eLearning provider that provides fully-managed solutions for the open-source Moodle and Totara Learning Management Systems (LMS). Partnering with OpenSesame, an industry-leading content curator offering the world’s most comprehensive library of eLearning courses from the world’s top publishers, allows eThink to add high-quality content to their LMS offerings to provide a complete eLearning solution capable of meeting a variety of workplace L&D and training needs.
eThink’s fully-managed LMS solutions provide a dynamic and customizable platform that is tailored to meet specific educational and business goals for all types and sizes of organizations and institutions. eThink takes a comprehensive approach to eLearning management by offering unlimited AWS cloud hosting, implementation, integration, customization, consultation, training, and management services, as well as content offerings through partnerships with innovative companies like OpenSesame.
As a company that prioritizes prompt, thorough service, eThink understands the importance of being able to rely on your providers for great support, fast service, and all forms of eLearning help and advice. OpenSesame provides lightening fast, friendly service and, together with eThink, will offer a tightly integrated solution for clients looking to streamline their corporate eLearning and training programs. OpenSesame has an extensive catalogue of eLearning courses to help train and improve workforces. OpenSesame works closely with clients to ensure they are receiving exactly what they need to bring their L&D or training program to the next level.
“OpenSesame has fueled its growth over the years by curating its broad variety of eLearning courses to customers’ competencies and learning objectives and driving increased eLearning utilization,” said Tom Turnbull, VP Partnerships, OpenSesame. “We are excited to partner with eThink to help them provide end-to-end learning solutions that can help any organization develop a productive workforce.”
“OpenSesame provides an unparalleled L&D content experience due to their extensive course offerings, personalized curation, and commitment to serving their customers,” said Brian Carlson, Co-Founder and CEO of eThink Education. “eThink is excited to provide clients with innovative content that can seamlessly integrate into their LMS and will continue to support their programs with a large catalogue of courses as their needs change and evolve.”
This partnership will help organizations meet the requirements of today’s ever-changing learning ecosystem to overcome performance challenges, boost organization profitability, and help them reach their full potential.
About eThink Education
eThink Education provides a fully-managed eLearning solution including cloud hosting, implementation, integration, consultation, and management services for open-source Moodle and Totara. Managed by experts, eThink’s total solution provides a dynamic and customizable platform to meet specific institutional and organizational needs for clients in various industries including Healthcare, Education, Nonprofit, Government, and Corporate. eThink also offers LMS and eLearning trainings through eThink Academy, as well as custom content solutions. To learn more about eThink Education, please visit www.ethinkeducation.com.
OpenSesame helps develop the world’s most productive and admired workforces. With the most comprehensive catalog of eLearning courses from the world’s top publishers, we are here to help you every step of the way, from finding courses, mapping them to your core competencies, syncing them with your LMS to increasing utilization and improving your L&D programs. Not only will you have the flexibility of multiple purchasing options from OpenSesame, you’ll find it simple to use and administer your eLearning courses. To learn more, visit www.opensesame.com.