With a mutual commitment in the transformative powers of technology to empower educators and for the learning process, both companies are excited to progress the partnership into Nigeria.
eThink became an official Moodle Partner in 2016 and in the short period of time have been providing high quality edtech solutions for notable K-12, Higher Education and Corporate clients in the country – including Elon University (North Carolina), Northport-East School District (New York) and Carbon Black (Massachusetts).
Brian Carlson, Co-Founder and CEO of eThink commented that their expansion internationally – to Nigeria – is testimony of the company’s passion for Moodle’s open source learning platform and making it accessible globally.
“eThink is excited to become an official Moodle Partner in Nigeria to better able service the Moodle needs in this territory,” said Brian.
“Over the year we have noticed a growing demand for innovative and powerful edtech solutions amongst the K-12, higher education as well as corporate sectors in the country.”
“Moodle has already been widely adopted throughout many regions in Africa and so, we are excited to be able to help support those institutions as well as help others leverage the benefits of an affordable e-learning platform.”
eThink will offer their full services in Nigeria including cloud hosting, implementation, integration and management services for Moodle. They will also provide entities in the country with Moodle onboarding and training as services that have the potential benefits of not only cost savings but also making content more accessible to end-users.
Dr Martin Dougiamas, Founder and CEO of Moodle said: “I’m happy that Moodle users in Nigeria will, for the first time, have a Moodle Partner dedicated to helping them. eThink’s work supports Moodle’s mission and commitment to empowering educators with flexible and powerful tool to help their learners.”
Together, both companies will continue their mission to deliver innovative and powerful edtech tools that will empower educators.
eThink has been a Certified Moodle Partner in USA since 2016 and have been providing high quality edtech solutions for the K-12, Higher Education and Corporate sectors in the country. Some of their notable clients include California State University, New Jersey Department of Education and Steel Dynamics.
Brian Carlson, Co-Founder and CEO of eThink commented that the company’s expansion to the Caribbean further emphasise their commitment in achieving best results with organisations they work with through the provision of customer service and innovations in edtech.
“Over the past year, we have received growing interest in Moodle services in the Caribbean,” said Brian.
“We are excited to expand our partnership officially to become the first Caribbean Moodle Partner.”
“Becoming a Certified Moodle Partner in the Caribbean will make it easier for Moodle users to find the hosting and support they need.”
eThink will offer their full services in the Caribbean including cloud hosting, implementation, integration and management services for Moodle. Their fully hosted services, which includes unlimited modules, storage and support, will also be available for all of their clients in this new territory.
Dr Martin Dougiamas, Founder and CEO of Moodle said: “I’m happy that our users in the Caribbean region will have a Moodle Partner dedicated to helping them. eThink’s work supports Moodle’s mission and commitment to empowering educators with flexible and powerful tool to help their learners.”
eThink Education is a Certified Moodle Partner providing implementation, cloud hosting, integration, and management services for the world’s open source Learning Management System.
Open-source Moodle is the most widely used Learning Management System in the world. When implemented and managed by experts, Moodle is an extremely dynamic platform capable of surpassing the functionality of competing systems. eThink’s Moodle cloud hosting services offer unrivalled performance and exceptional value.
For more information about eThink Education, visit http://www.ethinkeducation.com