17 May 2013 - 11:49am | posted by | 0 comments

Volume announces acquisition of Inovare

Volume announces acquisition of InovareVolume announces acquisition of Inovare

Volume has announced the acquisition of interactive online media programmes and e-learning solutions provider Inovare.

The Inovare Team will remain in the company’s South Devon offices and will represent a specialist hub for the creation and development of anytime, anywhere e-learning content.

Chris Sykes, CEO at Volume, said: “The acquisition of Inovare is a major coup for Volume, further strengthening our capabilities in the e-learning field. We’re excited at the possibilities not just within e-learning, but exploring how these principles of instructional design could be applied in a broader marketing and customer engagement context too.”

Phil Wood, managing director at Inovare, added: “The discipline of instructional design coupled with engaging, interactive content is one that is quickly becoming the secret weapon for forward-thinking businesses. We’re delighted to join Volume, a company that shares and embodies both our core values, and our multi-disciplined, collaborative approach to business, to develop even more sophisticated and innovative methods of learning content development and delivery.”

The news follows the expansion of Volume’s Technology Centre based in Colombo, Sri Lanka in March.

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