​Proseeds Group entered into the partnership with Cegos Group to distribute Cegos e-learning courses in Japan and Vietnam

26th October 2020

Cegos Group signed a partnership agreement with Proseeds group, Japanese e-learning solution company providing cloud LMS and e-learning solutions to corporations in Japan and Vietnam. Proseeds customers in Japan and Vietnam are able to take Cegos e-learning courses through Proseeds LMS.

Partnership with professional e-learning solution provider from Japan

Prosseds Group is a professional e-learning solution provider operating their business in Japan and Vietnam. It was established in 2003 and offers e-learning solutions including cloud LMS “Learning Ware”, e-learning content development service and off-the-shelf e-learning courses. More than 2,400 customers have used Proseeds solutions, +150,000 users have taken PROSEEDS off-the-shelf courses and +1,000,0000 users have learned on “Learning Ware”.

Proseeds distribute Cegos courses through their multilingual cloud LMS

With 1,100 e-learning courses of the Cegos Catalog in different languages, 40 Japanese courses and 25 Vietnamese courses are available in October 2020. Proseeds group entered into the partnership with Cegos group and starts distributing Cegos courses with these localized versions to their customers in these two countries.
Proseeds cloud LMS “Learning Ware” supports multiple languages and global companies use their solutions to conduct e-learning training all over the world. Proseeds customers can distribute Cegos e-learning courses in multiple languages to the learners as well as manage training activities through the administration screen of “Learning Ware” in multiple languages.

To find out more about this partnership, read the press release from Proseeds Group (Japanese).

 

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