Learning solutions company eLearning Brothers of American Fork has acquired rapid authoring tool developer Trivantis and Edulence, a marketer of virtual reality course building software. The acquistions give eLearning Brothers “a unique learning ecosystem to better serve even more learning professionals worldwide,” the company said in a release.
“Lectora, CenarioVR and Knowledgelink (software brands acquired in the deal) greatly increase our ability to deliver a complete eLearning solution for the corporate learning industry,” said Andrew Scivally, eLearning Brothers co-founder and CEO. “They allow us to serve a wider customer base in the face of increased demand for more personalized, integrated and measurable online professional development and corporate learning. While steadily growing for years, this trend is accelerating in part due to the coronavirus-created movement to a larger remote workforce.”
“Lectora has risen to its current top-tier success by delivering easy-to-use authoring tools for e-learning,” said John Blackmon, eLearning Brothers chief technology officers and former Trivantis CEO. “We’re excited to be a part of the growing eLearning Brothers team. This move will help us further expand our offerings for an even higher level of excellence for our customers.”