London (UK), February 2020 - Bridge Learning Tech is excited to announce that they will be unveiling a new disruptive micro learning platform at this year’s Learning Technologies Conference in London. The liberating platform, mLearn, is set to change businesses’ approach to learning and learning solutions procurement.
Bridge Learning Tech will be showcasing mLearn, a micro learning platform that can integrate with existing learning management systems or be used standalone.
mLearn will be available at no cost and will allow users to upload, schedule, and deliver learning content. Vlad Shishkaryov, Bridge Learning Tech’s founder, said of the new platform: "It's a really exciting time for us. Until now, most of the learning solutions and products available have been based on subscription plans, leaving organisations with no assets, no residual value, and no return on their investment at the end of their contracts. We believe this is unfair, and our mission is to change this model to offer better value and more choice to our customers.
That’s why with mLearn, at the end of your contract, you own it. The time has come for L&D to be liberated, and I fully believe that this is the start of the disruption of the industry, which has for far too long been dominated by the large LMS and solution providers."
The platform will be demonstrated throughout the event at Bridge Learning Tech's stand F40. It can also be experienced on day one at 14.00 in Demozone 1 and at 14.50 in Demozone 2.
Bridge Learning Tech is attending Learning Technologies for the second year, this year as gold sponsors, bringing a range of solutions and software development outsourcing options to help organisations take learning into the future.
The first day of the conference sees Bridge Learning Tech hosting a seminar with Hyundai Motor America’s Senior Group Manager, Jared Dowdy. The seminar will present a case study outlining Bridge Learning Tech's digitalisation project for Hyundai America’s dealer-network training. The collaborative digital solutions developed have been highly successful across Hyundai America's network of dealerships and were a part of the project that was a finalist for Best International Learning Technologies Project 2019.
Bridge Learning Tech is delighted that one of their clients, V Group, will be represented by Tobias Kwetina, for an expert panel discussion on day one of the conference. The panel, at 15.50 in conference room 4, will discuss "Unlocking people potential with performance support". It is just one of the many sessions hosted at the conference.
This year's event takes place 12 and 13 February at ExCel London.