Changing the Way Educational Development is Done
The next generation of digital learning platforms could have a profound impact on how students learn and teachers teach in the upcoming generation.
When LINC first started working with schools, the product they used was able to serve the simple needs of the educators that they worked with. But, as LINC continued to grow, it became apparent that the limitations of their online solution were holding the business back.
A basic online platform meant that the company was unable to extend its client base, and the rigid, unexciting user experience (UX) allowed for very little automation. As a result, there was poor user engagement as well as a lot of ad-hoc, manual document processing on behalf of the LINC team.
With defined goals and a substantial amount of market data in hand, LINC partnered with Koombea to structure the concept of their solution, including the key features and benefits that would be needed. After having put in so much effort into the form and function, it was imperative that this vision be properly brought to reality by Koombea’s development team. Some of the most important elements that were included in LINC Spring to ensure a successful launch were built-in features such as collaborative and social learning tools, real-time chat, web conferencing, and more.
While there are a plethora of methods that can be used to improve business performance, building and providing the right LMS was the most critical element of LINC’s business success.
The platform now serves as a comprehensive, holistic solution designed for intuitive usability. Accordingly, educators are now able to receive training more efficiently and thoroughly than ever before, and in turn, client organizations are able to facilitate generative growth and innovation, as well as reduce costs.