St Albans, United Kingdom (PressExposure) January 17, 2012 -- Omniplex, a leading provider of e-learning solutions, will be exhibiting on stand 93 at Europe's leading showcase of technology supported learning: the Learning Technologies exhibition in London's Olympia 2. The exhibition takes place on 25th and 26th January 2012.
Omniplex, which announced a record year in 2010/11 with a 38 per cent rise in turnover (following a 35 per cent rise in turnover in 2009/10), provides e-learning solutions that address the full value-chain of technology-based learning.
This includes learning management systems (LMS), authoring tools and services, along with innovative solutions for learning re-enforcement, such as the Articulate rapid authoring tools; the Absorb LMS; Cameo, a web-based tool which uses 'push technology' to provide automated, scheduled, learning re-enforcement via email, and Bloomfire, a contemporary social media tool which provides a way to share knowledge within an organisation or group.
Omniplex is also showing - for the first time in the UK - SmartLab, Blatant's revolutionary brand-focused learning platform, and the latest offering from the Articulate studio, the impressively flexible and powerful Articulate Storyline, which complements the rest of the Articulate product range and is nearing its official launch worldwide.
Omniplex's managing director, Matthew Lloyd, said: "We focus on providing our customers with the very best in e-learning products - which is one reason why we're looking forward to showing our wares at Learning Technologies this year."
Lloyd commented: "At Learning Technologies, Omniplex staff will be demonstrating our comprehensive range of integrated learning solutions. These encompass the corporate training process, from course development solutions, through delivery and tracking to retention measurement and learning reinforcement.
"Whatever learning solution you're looking for at the Learning Technologies event, Omniplex should be a good place to start," Lloyd said. "Drop by and meet us on stand 93."
Lloyd and his team will also be leading one of the 'exhibition floor seminars' which have become a key feature of the event. These seminars provide an opportunity for learning technology professionals to provide expert insights into a particular topic, product or issue.
Now in its 13th year, Learning Technologies has become Europe's leading showcase of organisational learning and the technology used to support learning at work, attracting an audience of 4,000 or so learning and development professionals.