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53 EXHIBITOR PROFILES Litmos by Callidus Cloud


Building 3, Chiswick Park 566 Chiswick High Road London, W4 5YA 020 8899 6444


www.calliduscloud.com


Litmos by CallidusCloud is a learning management system (LMS) that is uniquely easy to use, SCORM certified, and enabled for web and mobile devices. Founded early in 2007, our primary goal was to build a LMS that was quick to set up, easy to manage and fun to use. With a strong focus on customer service and a passion for keeping things simple, we now have thousands of happy users and Litmos has been adopted by companies all over the world.


Logax


PO Box 26, 42 Oakleigh Drive Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire WD3 3HW


01923 223 660 www.logax.com


Let us help you make a better impression to your clients. Logax polypropylene presentation products are ‘different and better’ creative, stylish and functional, with total flexibility for corporate branding. See our vast manufactured range of polypropylene custom made items including training folders, document cases, information easels, staff handbooks, ring binders, wallets and conference packs. We have brilliant aluminium look-a-like products and we are flexible on large or small quantities.


Media Training


291 Gray’s Inn Road London, WC1X 8QJ 020 7713 7179


www.mediatraining.ltd.uk


Media Training provides outstanding instructor-led training. We run over 120 scheduled courses on graphic design, web design, social media, video creation and editing software and journalism skills. We are Adobe, Apple and Quark authorised and have two training centres in Central London (King’s Cross and Waterloo) as well as running courses onsite. Our clients include The BBC, HSBC, The MOD, IPC Media, The Guardian, the Designer’s Guild and Google.


C70 A220 C60 Mind Click


Strelley Hall, Main Street Strelley Village, Nottingham Nottinghamshire, NG8 6PE 01159 061 270


www.mind-click.com


Mind Click is one of the UK’s premier custom e-learning development houses. Helping customers such as SKY BT, Boots and ASDA with their e-learning and LMS needs. Mind Click offers the following services custom course development, totara LMS, legacy course conversion, creative scripting, instructional design, flash template design, LMS consultancy, totara customisation and course translation. Visit our stand for a demonstration.


Ombea


www.ombea.co.uk sales@ombea.co.uk


Ombea is the audience response system built to help people understand each other in your meetings, conferences and AGMs. Put simply, you ask questions as you go, they vote and everyone becomes informed. Present using your preferred tool, whether it’s PowerPoint, Keynote, or Prezi. Give your colleagues a choice of voting from our ResponsePads or their own tablets and smartphones. When it’s all over, generate anything from simple summaries to detailed reports, sliced by demographic group. With such flexibility and powerful data analysis you’ll find your colleagues clamouring to use Ombea in their day-to-day meetings, so it’s a good thing our scalable pricing and site licensing models are so sensible. Come and meet us at the World of Learning Conference & Exhibition 2013 and we will show you exactly what we mean.


Panopto


11 -12 Apollo Studios, Charlton Kings Road London, NW5 2SB 020 3137 5955 www.panopto.com


Panopto creates innovative and affordable video capture and management software that can record any type of input, with any equipment, at any scale, by anyone with a laptop or smartphone. Organisations use Panopto to create interactive online training videos, webcast executive communications, promote social learning and more. Since its founding in 2007, Panopto’s software has been adopted by more than 500 universities, Fortune 500 companies and government agencies globally.


C50 J120 C210/TTD


Learning Magazine


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