Continued Growth for Ohio E-Learning Management & Software Firm

Amvonet Ramps Up Sales Efforts Across the State 

Alliance, OH, May 21, 2013 – Steady growth for the Alliance-based e-Learning Management & Software firm Amvonet is strengthened by the announcement of two new hires.  AMVONET is an active participant in the e-learning market, delivering services to K-12, university, healthcare and corporate clients in addition to selling innovative products such as its fully-integrated software suite, the AMVONET Learning Content Management System.

Amvonet announced today the addition of Nick Massaro and Anthony Julian as LCMS Solutions Consultants in an effort to assist and maintain the company’s continued growth in the e-learning industry.  “We’re thrilled to introduce Massaro and Julian.  The focus of their work will be to provide innovative LCMS solutions to the market and to our customers that are looking to implement or upgrade e-learning solutions,” comments Chris Kiminas, Amvonet’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

1Massaro, a University of Dayton graduate prides himself in turning thoughts into action.  “I am excited to help clients understand our LCMS and provide them with the very best solution to meet their needs,” Massaro shares. Julian came to Amvonet from Com Resource, a professional staffing firm. “I feel there is a parallel between finding the perfect person to fill a position and finding the perfect e-learning solution to meet the needs of Amvonet’s clients.  I believe my experience and expertise will assist our clients in selecting the perfect software solution accurately and efficiently.

Amvonet President Vadim Eelen comments, “The continued growth we are experiencing is exciting.  Adding a sales team in Columbus allows us to serve clients more efficiently.  The expansion is on the heels of our sales and marketing partnerships with NuGrowth and GHIIS.”  The growth of e-Learning across a variety of industries worldwide has allowed Amvonet to thrive despite a sluggish economy. E-learning is transforming education and training as we know it today and technology like AMVONET enables e-Learning to thrive in many learning environments.2

The AMVONET Learning Content Management System is comprised of three distinct but complementary components. AMVONET Manage is a teaching toolkit instructors can use to manage students and their grades, as well as generate progress reports. AMVONET Connect is a real-time communication platform which acts as a virtual classroom; students can interact with teachers and peers via audio, video or text chat; collaborate live on platforms such as PowerPoint; and record these sessions for later viewing. Finally, AMVONET Publish lets users add multimedia elements to videos they recorded using AMVONET Connect, as well as add dynamic action, using a patent-pending technology called Interactive Points (iPoints).  Amvonet’s new satellite sales office is located at 4181 Arlingate Plaza Columbus, Ohio 43228.

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AMVONET Alliance, Ohio-based AMVONET has created a comprehensive, integrated software suite consisting of an e-learning management system, a live web-conferencing and virtual classroom solution, and a content-authoring application. In addition to the K-12 and higher education markets, AMVONET offers distance-learning business and healthcare solutions for continuing education, corporate training, online collaboration and interactive recordings. AMVONET’s online system provides educators and trainers with everything they need to create, manage and share multimedia course content. For more information, visit www.amvonet.com.