Totara Learning Targets Mexican eLearning Market

London (UK) / Mexico (MX), December 2016 - Totara Learning has targeted Latin America, with a brand-new Mexican eLearning company joining the Totara Partner network. e-Mentory and Medio Digital are brands of the Soluciones GBC S.C partnership. Both brands are specialised in different, yet complementary, services and products, offering customers a full digital solution.

e-Mentory specialises in the design, development, and implementation of learning platforms facilitating eLearning, blended learning, and live training. They also design and produce multimedia content to help organisations achieve their objectives. Their products and services are used by private companies, government organisations, and educational institutions for training and educating employees and students.

Medio Digital is an inbound marketing agency specialising in the design and development of web platforms, mobile apps, search-engine marketing, SEO marketing, and community- manager services. Their team comprises learning specialists with more than fifteen combined years of experience in technological development, design, multimedia production, and learning.

Giovanna Barragán, CEO of e-Mentory, said, "e-Mentory is proud to announce its official partnership with Totara Learning. Currently, we have presence in the Mexican Republic, but without a doubt, the strategic alliance with Totara will support our growth objective throughout Latin America."

Lars Hyland, Chief Commercial Officer at Totara Learning, said, "I'm delighted to welcome e-Mentory to the Totara community. There is a growing recognition in Mexico and throughout Latin America of the value and power offered by Totara LMS and Totara Social. Flexibility and adaptability are critical to responding to the ever-changing economic conditions organisations face and the resulting learning requirements these generate for those in the workplace."

This new partnership is part of Totara Learning’s move to increase its presence in the Americas, including the growing Spanish-speaking market.