By Chisom Nwatu
TD Africa, a leading distributor of tech, services and lifestyle products, has partnered with Classera, a globally renowned learning management platform, to further expand access to virtual learning for millions of users across Nigeria.
The recently signed partnership will see Classera leverage TD Africa’s growing database, network of resellers/partners as well as its considerable reach across Nigeria to grow adoption of its bouquet of e-learning solutions.
Classera, which is headquartered in the United States, is driven by a mission to disrupt the education ecosystem, focusing on developing smart e-learning solutions that transform today’s traditional classrooms into a new educational journey for every learner and the coming generations.
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During the initial outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, which disrupted learning across the world, Classera launched its Learning Never Stops solution to over 5 million classrooms in less than two weeks. By working day and night with Microsoft, Classera ensured a seamless transition to virtual classrooms at scale during one of the most critical periods in global history.
Therefore, through TD Africa, Classera will gain access to and introduce a range of smart learning tools to clients in the education sector, including schools at every level.
Also, in line to benefit are large corporate organisations, as well as Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) desirous of adopting a digital learning platform to provide training for their employees.
As Africa’s leading distributor of IT and lifestyle products, TD is also in partnership with other global brands like HP, Microsoft, APC, IBM, Dell Technologies, Cisco, D-Link, Huawei, Lenovo, Asus, HPE, Zebra, Mercury, Vertiv, Tecno, Nokia, Samsung, Infinix, Bosch, Philips, Synix, and so on.