eThink Education, a world-class solutions provider for the open-source Moodle™ and Totara Learning Management Systems (LMS), is excited to announce a partnership with Simon and Sons, a top-of-the-line provider for all eLearning and ePublishing needs. Through this partnership, eThink and Simon and Sons will be able to provide a one-stop shop for LMS, eLearning, and ePublishing needs.
Simon and Sons offers end-to-end services for ePublishing and eLearning, supporting the creation of ePublished and physically published works, like books and magazines, and eLearning components including interactive eBooks, animation, creative artwork and illustration, and virtual reality. Simon and Sons is at the cutting edge of service offerings and has vast experience handling multilingual projects, especially in Spanish, French, Portuguese, German, and Arabic.
eThink’s fully-managed LMS solutions provide a dynamic and customizable platform that is tailored to meet specific learning goals of all types and sizes of organizations or institutions. eThink takes a comprehensive approach to eLearning management by offering unlimited AWS cloud hosting, implementation, integration, customization, consultation, training, and management services, as well as content offerings through a network of valued partners like Simon and Sons. Through this partnership, Simon and Sons can offer eThink’s clients end-to-end services related to ePublishing and eLearning that can round out their LMS experience.
“We’re excited to partner with a top tier company like eThink to provide their customers with additional service offerings as well as have an outstanding LMS solution to offer our clients as the need arises,” said Justin Simon, Managing Director at Simon and Sons. “I am very excited about this partnership and our team is looking forward to working with the eThink team to offer our clients a comprehensive eLearning solution.”
“Most of the clients we work with prefer to receive access to a variety of services under one roof,” said Vijay Vincent, Director at Simon and Sons. “Through this partnership, Simon and Sons can offer eThink clients a streamlined choice of a variety of different learning and publishing components through one vendor.”
“We’re looking forward to continuing to expand our content and service offerings through this partnership,” said Brian Carlson, CEO & Co-Founder of eThink Education. “Simon and Sons will help us provide clients with a streamlined selection of the eLearning content and ePublishing they need to provide personalized and engaging training to their end users through eThink’s custom LMS platform solutions.”
About eThink Education
eThink Education provides a fully-managed eLearning solution including cloud hosting, implementation, integration, consultation, and management services for open-source Moodle™ and Totara. Managed by experts, eThink’s total solution provides a dynamic and customizable platform to meet specific institutional and organizational needs for clients in various industries including Healthcare, Education, Nonprofit, Government, and Corporate. eThink also offers LMS and eLearning trainings through eThink Academy, as well as custom content solutions.
To learn more about eThink Education, please visit www.ethinkeducation.com.
About Simon and Sons
Simon and Sons is a one-stop-shop global service provider of Publishing and eLearning solutions that reinvent the way organizations support content, developing technologies, and changes in learning methodologies to ultimately increase business agility. Simon and Sons ensures quality service with a competitive pricing model.
With vast industry experience in traditional and digital publishing, as well as creating multilingual content, and a team of experts with proven track records, Simon and Sons effectively supports the entire Publishing community by helping align company goals with developing technological trends. Simon and Sons’ core team is comprised of professionals from Publishing and technological backgrounds with a combined 200-plus years of experience across their team.
To learn more about Simon and Sons at www.simonnsons.com.