Unboxed Partners with eLearning Marketplace OpenSesame

February 25, 2016

We’re excited to announce our partnership with OpenSesame! OpenSesame is an industry-leading provider of on-demand corporate training. They offer more than 20,000 courses through their online marketplace.

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We know our clients have a challenging balancing act. You have to equip your teams with the knowledge, skills, and behaviors they need to succeed—and do so as efficiently as possible.

Through this partnership with OpenSesame, we have more resources at our disposal to help you balance those needs and constraints. We’ll be able to recommend and implement the right mix of off-the-shelf training (from OpenSesame) and customized training (from us) to quickly get mission-critical information in the hands of your team members, and get results.

OpenSesame is extremely customer-centric, as evidenced by the choices they offer. Their marketplace has a breath of content from the world’s leading publishers, such as LearnSmart, Maestro, Franklin Covey, and more. Topics include business acumen, communication skills, compliance, and technology. Formats are flexible as well, ranging from eLearning courses to ebooks. Content is updated constantly, so you know you have access to the freshest, most up-to-date resources.

Plus, it’s easy to deploy courses from OpenSesame. Simply download the SCORM package in OpenSesame and upload it to any other learning management system, including Spoke®.

Leave a comment or send us a short note for more information. We’re happy to tell you more about OpenSesame!


About the Author

Caleb Keiter is the Marketing Manager at Unboxed Technology. He has an ever-growing sock collection, never leaves the house without his camera, and eats tacos at least once a week.


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