The organizations plan to integrate their technological solutions to boost the growth of the education industry.
Human Logic, a software and IT infrastructure solution provider specializing in education and training, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Abu Dhabi-based GamaLearn, a provider of learning and assessment practices to meet the growing demands of the education industry.
The MoU will help the companies empower students, educators, and institutions by providing a comprehensive solution. The partnership will enable the organizations to better understand business requirements and develop key strategies.
The signing ceremony was held at the Headlines Executive, Ibis, Dubai World Trade Centre on October 20.
Working across multiple regions like the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, and Latin America, Gamalearn noticed that customers are missing key solutions that cover their offerings, said the company’s chief product officer Omar Rizk.
“As assessment is increasingly important in the education industry, Human Logic and Gamalearn are bringing the element of comprehensive end-to-end institutional review to academic contexts, blending it in seamlessly with learning, and then taking it to dashboards and reports in front of decision-makers. We believe this will make an organization stand out from the crowd.”
“It is just not feasible for customers to go with one solution, and with this partnership, we are bridging the gap,” he added.
Somaroy Gabbita, general manager of Human Logic stated: “Having common similarities like having a cloud-first platform and being global education partners with Microsoft, our solutions complement each other. We provide integrated offer packs that include solutions and services and consultancy as well as localized support. Our partnership will bring all of these similarities in front of the customers.”
Predominantly focusing on the GCC and MENA region, both organizations now plan to expand outside the region.
“Our accreditation and compliance solution along with Gamalearn’s assessment solution will serve as a one-stop-shop for our customers. We have witnessed the market demand in the region and are aggressively looking to venture into the Asia Pacific market,” commented Gabbita.
“We aim to deliver customers with a comprehensive solution of our assessment solution and Human Logic’s advanced learning management system. We believe this will put us ahead of any competition,” added Rizk.
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