NetDimensions joins LEO as part of LTG
LEO is delighted to announce that parent company Learning Technologies Group plc (LTG) has successfully acquired NetDimensions, a global enterprise solutions provider of talent and Learning Management Systems (LMS).
The acquisition is set to revolutionise the way LEO does business by completing the range of capabilities required to deliver a full-service offering and provide dynamic, end-to-end solutions to our global client base. The deal will expand LEO’s geographical reach, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region.
“LEO is excited to welcome NetDimensions into the Group,” said Dale Solomon, MD of LEO. “This acquisition gives LEO the ability to provide an enterprise talent and learning management solution along with our existing services, which include elearning, games, Moodle and consulting capability. We are now able to offer our clients a complete end-to-end solution.”
Founded in 1999, NetDimensions’ award-winning suite of learning products provides organisations with talent management solutions to personalise learning, share knowledge, enhance performance, foster collaboration and manage compliance programmes for employees, customers, partners and suppliers.
NetDimensions’ business is headquartered in Hong Kong with offices in the Philippines, Australia, the United Kingdom, the United States and Germany. The acquisition will bring exciting cross-selling capabilities for LEO as well as the Group’s other operating businesses.
“This acquisition allows NetDimensions to focus on its core capability as a world-class expert while having a financially strong parent company to enable growth,” said Jonathan Satchell, Chief Executive of LTG. “NetDimensions has created an excellent Software as a Service-based LMS solution that stands out in a mature and crowded market, particularly from a compliance and verifiable learning perspective. NetDimensions brings an important proprietary platform to LTG and LEO, which will sit alongside and complement our existing Moodle solutions business.”