Dunfermline technology firm goes transatlantic with new deal

Published: 2 Jul 2014 09:30

DUNFERMLINE firm eCom Scotland has announced a new business partnership in North America.

eCom’s technology is being used in Atlanta to facilitate eLearning solutions for government agencies.

It’s been rolled out by educational training solutions specialist Bryan Eldridge who says he has been extremely impressed by eCom’s future ambitions as a company and its overall drive to enter new international markets.

Eldridge says that, due to advancements in technology, eLearning application software has become a very sought-after commodity for many organisations.

He claims that this presents a perfect opportunity to highlight the emerging educational technology available and benefits eLearning can bring to a business.

Over the years eCom has forged a number of successful long-term business partnerships which have helped to add to its highly-respected reputation in the eLearning industry.

Strategically, the business has a clear vision of the direction its headed and has set out to demonstrate how effective its products can be for firms across the globe.

Managing director Wendy Edie said: “We are delighted to be partnering with Bryan. The partnership brings mutual benefit, widening the current eCom audience while providing an agile technology arm across the water.”

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