Mobile Learning Conference – MLearnCon

July 17, 2012

 Mobile learning continues to become the new concern for just about every company, large or small. This conference has always been valuable to LearnCast and we have been a vendor/sponsor since its first show – in San Diego in 2000. LearnCast was the first full platform that was specific to learning , ease of software, cloud based and detected 1000’s of devices. Today, LearnCast services fortune 50 clients as well as smaller companies that need a top breed of mobile platforms. It has been very exciting to learn from our clients and service their audience. Learncast has grown as a result, more client partnerships, a merger of e-learning LearnKey.com ( 25 year industry leader) , Predix and LearnCast  together to form Better Learning Systems ( BLS) .

I sometime wonder where this might all end up – but I can assure anyone who is interested, we have only begun to spin our new brand and to create a roadmap that is both exciting and gets me out of bed early. I owe a big thank you to organizations like E-Learning Guild and m-Learncon and other programs we participate in for our continued mutual growth.

We helped deliver mobile learning 6 years ago and we will continue to add success stories as we march forward. LearnCast is becoming a trusted brand, support system and mobile learning platform. We have really focused on simple solutions that every instructional manager or sales manager or thought leader can use.

Create , Deliver , Measure  was definately the  right path for us.

David Clemons

CEO / Founder LearnCast.com

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