PRESS RELEASE: Sysdoc’s timely launch of Digital Learning Hub in Leeds
Although opening the physical office will have to wait for now, Clare Hill, Sysdoc UK CEO, explains that this is no challenge for our digital workforce.
“At Sysdoc, our entire workforce is digitally empowered to work remotely. By nature, our Digital Learning Hub will epitomise this capability.”
Building on Sysdoc’s international award-winning reputation in Digital Learning, the Hub will allow Sysdoc to invest even more in services such as multimedia development, experiential learning and learning and performance analytics.
The Digital Learning Hub will also increase Sysdoc’s capacity to deliver a full spectrum of digital learning solutions to our clients across the UK and abroad. Andrew Darwin, Sysdoc UK Director of Learning, explains why this is important, now more than ever.
“Although we are passionate about innovation, we are also practical about what people need. Right now, some people find themselves with an opportunity to think more creatively about learning, while others require rapid digitalisation of their physical learning resources. The Digital Learning Hub allows us to quickly deliver both solutions at high quality.”
The physical home for Sysdoc’s Digital Learning Hub will be a collaborative workspace in Leeds city centre. As a recognised centre for digital innovation, Leeds boasts an ecosystem of digital businesses, fast growth and a strong digital culture. Andrew Darwin says the modern work environment has been strategically selected to support Sysdoc's ambition to push the boundaries of digital learning by exploring ways in which we can use technology to improve the experience and outcomes of workplace learning.
“The goal is to give people the resources to be free to explore, create and adopt innovative new digital learning methods that really provide quality solutions for our clients.”
To revolutionise the way your people learn, contact Andrew Darwin at [email protected].
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