Outsourcing Content Development

Know your stuff, but could do with a hand? Then talk to us!

We’ll cover:

Your pain points and specific needs around your current or upcoming project.
Challenges we can help you overcome.
The expertise we can offer you.​
A mutual discussion around working practices - to check our alignment.

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Lower your costs

Outsourcing your eLearning development to a specialist team is an affordable way to gain efficient skills.

It reduces the cost you would have in hiring your own teams to do the job. It may be less expensive to outsource development rather than have a full-time developer in house.

Get experts on-board

It’s a great way to get experience and specialised skill sets on board.

Even if you do have an in-house development team, they may not be highly experienced with a particular authoring tool to create sophisticated interactivities for your eLearning.

It’s likely we have developed similar projects, so will have the knowledge to offer advice and solutions, whilst tailoring your project specifically to you.

Scale up or down

You can work with our  experts at your own convenience.

You get to decide the amount of eLearning you want to outsource and when you want to do it.

Save you time

If you are working on a time bound project and are looking to finish a project quicker.

Having an experienced pair of hands to help is a huge benefit, in creating high quality content quickly.

We are used to working on projects with tight deadlines.

Improve work quality

As an eLearning development company, we have worked with lots of different customers and have a good system in place to ensure high quality of work, by implementing two-tier quality control procedure on all content produced.

We enjoy trusted relationships with many long term clients.


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