UK firm in Dubai e-learning solutions deal
Dubai, October 10, 2011
Webanywhere, a leading educational technology company in the UK, has partnered with Dubai-based Cyber Gear to introduce its innovative website and e-learning solutions in the Middle East.
Cyber Gear is a leading internet solutions provider in the UAE and a major developer of innovative web solutions for some of the leading government, educational and multinational organisations in the region.
The strategic partnership with Webanywhere offers a range of complementary solutions in the fields of e-learning and web development, to enhance the company’s propositions in the education and corporate sectors, said a statement from Cyber Gear.
Formed in 2003, Webanywhere provides innovative online learning technology and website solutions for schools, training organisations and the corporate sector. It is a leading supplier of products to the education sector in the UK.
Naz Hussain, channel manager at Webanywhere said 'The education sector in the Middle East is going through massive transformations, with governments recognising the need to implement the latest e-learning technology for 21st century learners.'
'For those educational institutions seeking expertise or guidance in how e-learning can improve education standards across the board, the Webanywhere and Cyber Gear partnership brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to one of the most dynamic markets in the world,' he noted.
Sharad Agarwal, CEO of Cyber Gear, said its relationship will provide to Middle East based educational institutions an opportunity to integrate website and e-learning applications into their existing educational portals.
The partnership will bring Webanywhere’s leading educational solutions to the Middle East for the first time, including Learnanywhere, an easy-to-use elementary school learning platform and Student Jotter – a pupil e-portfolio with built-in safe social networking functionality, he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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