Unified SaaS platform provider EdCast announces that it has integrated its Learning Experience Platform with Zoom’s video conferencing app, allowing learners to conduct Zoom video meetings and sessions (LXP).
Users can conduct video-based learning sessions and share information across remote teams by combining EdCast’s leading AI-powered talent experience and knowledge cloud platform with Zoom’s video communication technology.
EdCast fulfills its commitment to democratizing skill development through best-of-breed partnerships, such as with Zoom, by providing a single digital destination where employees can create and consume personalized learning experiences based on their unique personal and professional upskilling needs.
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Users need to buy a license of the EdCast SaaS platform to use the EdCast app for Zoom.
“It truly is a collaboration that further catalyzes our common goals of bringing together teams distributed across geographies. Zoom users and admins can bring learning/training + knowledge management + capability development w/in Zoom to drive employee engagement and overall learning experience,” said Founder and CEO of Zoom, Eric S. Yuan.
He also mentioned that with the EdCast app for Zoom, they’re excited to bring learning and training to Zoom’s enterprise-grade, affordable, all-in-one platform.
United States-based Software as a Service providing company Edcast was founded by Karl Mehta in 2014. The firm specializes in offering a unified platform powering end-to-end employee experience journeys, spanning learning, skilling, and career mobility.
It has a massive customer base of over 2000 clients spread across the globe, including small businesses and government organizations. To date, EdCast has raised more than $100 million from multiple investors like Avathon Capital, The London Fund, REV, Stanford University, and others over eight funding rounds.
CEO of Edcast, Karl Mehta, said, “Integrating our LXP into ubiquitous work tools illustrates EdCast’s ongoing commitment to Learning in the Flow of Work.”
He further added that their Zoom integration offers a variety of use-cases, such as onboarding and virtual team learning, giving their clients a more holistic learner experience on the platform.