The Reading based educational learning platform provider has delivered substantial profits this year. Having evolved from being the independent market-leading learning platform provider to becoming the leader of innovative learning & media technologies, UniServity has moved into profit for the first time and look set to exceed these figures by July 2011.
Matt Clarke, CEO of UniServity says “Following a restructure in November 2009, we have implemented a plan to ensure long term stability, profitability and growth. We have put product development and learning at the core of our business, and streamlined our operations. The profit this year and forecasts for next year will mean we can continue to invest in our next generation product strategy and look to provide game changing technology for today and tomorrow’s learners”.
With a reputation for delivering high impact school improvement and a 100% renewal record of local authority partnerships, UniServity are increasingly the partner-of-choice. New local authorities across the UK are increasingly choosing UniServity as preferred partner, so it is no wonder that the numbers are booming for UniServity! In 2010, the UniServity global community grew with the addition of the states of Texas in the US, Canberra in Australia and Reading in the UK, adding to the community of schools across 90 local authorities and 22 countries.
The strength of the company is in its independence. Being the only remaining independent company providing a learning platform solution, UniServity is able to continue its well established focus on educational transformation. With their focus clearly on the needs of learners, UniServity have another exciting year ahead with releases and services that raise-the-bar for innovative learning technologies.
Founded in the U.K. in 1999, UniServity is the global leader in next generation Web 2.0 learning. UniServity cLc (connected Learning communities) Learning Platform provides a secure social learning environment and tools to enhance learning, collaboration, communication, administration and support parental engagement.
The cLc serves as a container for favourite cloud based applications, creating safe spaces to empower students and teachers; enabling co-construction; local and global collaboration; authentic learning and formative assessment. The cLc serves circa. 1.5 million learners and teachers across 21 countries The cLc places schools in a secure, contained, systemised, pedagogically-sound, sustainable 21st century learning framework.
UniServity will be launching their next generation of learning platform at the BETT show – 12 – 15th January 2011, Olympia in London at Stand E125.
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