PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- OpenSesame, the leader in on-demand elearning courses for the enterprise, today announced a new partnership with Learning Heroes to add their innovative business training courses to the OpenSesame marketplace. As enterprise companies increasingly face challenges with training millennial and digital natives as well as reaching mobile, geographically dispersed learners, the need for more interactive, accessible content has grown exponentially.
Recognized as a leader in microlearning, Learning Heroes challenges the traditional notion of business content with its short, animated elearning courses and engaging, mobile experience which are highly sought after in today's learning environments.
"With more than 20,000 courses, OpenSesame constantly upgrades its content library to serve the evolving needs of our customers. Because microlearning is in high demand, we are pleased to have Learning Heroes join our marketplace," said Spencer Thornton, Vice President of Content at OpenSesame.
Learning Heroes courses are also included in OpenSesame Plus, the popular elearning subscription designed specifically for enterprise companies. OpenSesame Plus offers access to thousands of online courses from the world's leading content providers all in one place, so companies can avoid the traditional hassle of finding, evaluating and curating content from multiple vendors. With robust offerings in leadership and soft skills as well as technology and compliance training courses, OpenSesame Plus integrates with most of the major learning management systems (LMS) available in the market today, providing a seamless experience with minimal administration and maintenance.
Tom Moore, Managing Director of Learning Heroes, noted: "We are delighted to be working with OpenSesame, a growing leader in the industry who is transforming how enterprise companies find and administer their eLearning programs. As Learning Heroes is similarly transforming the industry by expanding microlearning, it's a perfect match for us."
About Learning Heroes First they gave us the Beatles, then the Spice Girls and now the UK has given us Learning Heroes. Here to save the world from boring e-learning, Learning Heroes are producing short animated based e-learning. Their guiding principle is to only produce content which they would enjoy if they were the learner.