London (UK), April 2023 – Digital learning provider Sponge and Rise Up, a blended LMS, have announced their strategic collaboration to help create more impactful learning experiences for organizations.
Sponge's range of ready-to-go courses offers captivating eLearning, game-learning, and augmented reality modules. With this partnership, Rise Up's clients gain access to immersive learning resources and benefit from Sponge's expertise in creating industry-leading, science-backed, digital learning content that has been shaped by prestigious researchers and publishers.
Sponge's microlearning courses, known as Skill Pills, are designed for the modern learner who needs learning embedded in the flow of work. Rise Up is passionate about supporting teams to learn in their everyday activities via deep integrations with business applications such as Microsoft Teams and Salesforce. This connection with microlearning content enables learners to engage with upskilling within their day-to-day workflow.
Sponge's Skills Library contains400+ microlearning courses. These are organized into a framework of over thirty skills, including communication, digital transformation, personal effectiveness, diversity and inclusion, and more.
Both Rise Up and Sponge are recognized by LPI and Fosway's 2023 accreditations, making them trusted learning development solution partners for UK organizations.
Adam Poulter, Sponge's CEO, said, "We are delighted to partner with Rise Up and combine their flexible platform with our award-winning digital learning solutions. This collaboration will allow our Skill Pills to reach a wider audience, ultimately providing more learners with access to top-of-the-line microlearning content."
Arnaud Blachon, Rise Up's CEO and Co-Founder, said, "By integrating Sponge's suite of digital learning solutions into our platform, we are confident that we can continue to deliver the best learning experiences to our users. We are thrilled to work with Sponge to achieve our mutual goal of providing effective learning solutions, and helping users own today."