Melbourne, Australia, October 28, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Learning Seat Pty Ltd is pleased to announce its acquisition of Melbourne based e-learning company C-Learning.
Since 2002, C-Learning has been delivering high quality e-learning solutions to businesses in Australia. The company was chosen for its expertise in bespoke e-learning and technology platforms.
Employees of both companies and Learning Seat’s board of directors have welcomed the acquisition.
Learning Seat CEO, Scott Deane, said the move would bring many strategic benefits to the company’s current and prospective customers, as well as to its shareholders.
“The vision for Learning Seat is to remain the leader in the e-learning industry in Australia, part of our expansion and growth strategy is to realise this by acquiring quality organisations which are aligned to our culture and beliefs - we clearly identified this within C-Learning,” says Deane.
The acquisition to strengthen Learning Seat’s capability
Learning Seat is deeply committed to providing outstanding service to its customers. A direct result of the acquisition will be Learning Seat’s increased capability to deliver a broader range of solutions and e-learning content.
The acquisition will allow Learning Seat to expand its reach in the e-learning industry, where it provides services to over 500 organisations across Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific.
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About Learning Seat
Learning Seat is an award winning e-learning company based in Melbourne, Australia. More than 500 organisations across Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific have implemented Learning Seat solutions. These include over 300 online compliance and professional development courses, custom e-learning course development services and a learning management system. Learning Seat is Australia’s largest provider of online compliance training. Learning Seat is jointly owned by Wingate and The Riverside Company.