VCampus Announces eCampus Global as New Client; Additional Content Offerings for the Travel and Medical Industries
VCampus Corporation is pleased to announce one of its newest clients – eCampus Global Corporation, an e-Learning provider and a new reseller for VCampus. eCampus Global brings both travel and medical related content to VCampus. Travel related content offerings include Computer Reservation System (CRS) Certification training in Abacus, Amadeus, Apollo, Galileo, Marsh, Sabre and Worldspan. Content for the medical community and related industries include offerings pertaining to medical management and Continuing Medical Education (CME’s). Additional areas of interest are content offerings for home-schooled children and certification preparation for the physical fitness industry.
Avionne Allen-Singh, President and CEO of eCampus Global, has extensive experience in both the travel and medical industries and recognizes how web-based learning can reach additional students in these marketplaces. “I looked at other e-Learning companies and was disappointed with their responsiveness and customer service. From the very beginning, VCampus offered my company prompt responses and exceptional customer service. Having a virtual campus will allow eCampus Global to reach many more people across many industries from one location – the web. As a VCampus business partner, I know that I will have the service and support that will ensure our success,” says Avionne.
“We are excited about our relationship with eCampus Global and the additional offerings VCampus can provide to our clients who are interested in travel and medical related courses,” says Daniel Neal, President and CEO of VCampus.
The addition of the eCampus Global course content augments VCampus’ already broad content offerings for its clients. With more than 4,000 courses in its off-the-shelf library, VCampus continues to offer customers content that is valuable and in-demand.
VCampus® Corporation (Nasdaq:VCMP) is the leading provider of end-to-end e-Learning solutions. The company develops, manages and hosts turnkey, web-based learning solutions for corporations, government agencies and higher education institutions. VCampus enables these organizations to offer complete global distance learning solutions to their customers, employees, distributors, suppliers and students. VCampus’ e-Learning solutions are designed to help clients deliver higher education programs to adult students; improve the performance of their distribution channels and suppliers; measure and develop their employees’ knowledge, skills and abilities; and increase their customers’ satisfaction and loyalty. VCampus distributes a courseware library of more than 4,000 web-based courses and has delivered more than 2 million courses to over 500,000 adult learners. VCampus Corporation is headquartered in Reston, VA. For more information, call 800-915-9298, or visit the VCampus website at www.vcampus.com. “VCampus” is a registered trademark of VCampus Corporation.
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