British Airways, Volvo, Amazon, Santander and Xerox are amongst the latest clients to choose gomo as a key component of their global training strategies. They join gomo’s growing client list which already includes a range of globally recognized brands and organizations such as Dunhill, QVC, Deloitte, Burberry, Nike and Jaguar Land Rover.
The gomo learning suite is designed to meet the needs of large scale organisations, allowing multi-device content to be delivered at a global scale. Teams using gomo can create multi-device learning content collaboratively before publishing it to globally dispersed staff, with or without a learning management system.
gomo’s Managing Director Mike Alcock said “gomo has come a long way in less than 2 years and it’s great to see the takeup of the product by some of the world’s leading companies. We’ve built gomo to meet the needs of large organizations and this is reflected in our blue chip client list. Features such as cloud-based authoring, full collaboration, integrated workflow and dynamic LMS updating allow our customers to get their information into the hands of their learners instantly, whatever device they are using. We look forward to seeing more companies benefit from gomo’s unique feature set”.
The gomo learning suite is made up gomo authoring, which in 2014 was voted a top 5 authoring tool by e-learning guru and speaker Craig Weiss, and gomo hosting and analytics, a cloud-based distribution suite which gives organisations multiple publishing options to reach learners effectively. Collectively, this allows organisations to build, host, update and track multi-device learning from $178 a month.
More information, including a free trial, can be found on the gomo learning website.