CrossKnowledge enters in the United States!

CrossKnowledge enters in the United States, as it opens its very first office in New York, on 24th September 2012.

CrossKnowledge, a European expert in e-learning and online learning solutions, appears in United States as it opens its first office in New York, on Sept. 24, 2012. The organization is active in US with over 15 clients such as Sodexo, Schneider Electric and DPT Laboratories. Besides this, it is involved in some partnerships like with American Management Association.


Mickael Ohana is the general manager and cofounder of CrossKnowledge. He is leading development of the organisation in the USA with a team of four directors. He said that the fact of monitoring its own office to New York was a very important stage of the international development of the company. The presence of Crossknowledge in the United States demonstrates its commitment that it is a regional partner for its clients and in North America.

CrossKnowledge almost offers next to 15,000 resources of e-learning in the administration and the direction available in 16 different languages. Developed by this Faculty, CrossKnowledge. Training industry selected Crossknowledge from the top20 Learning Portal Organisations in 2012, the American website that is a reference in the world of training of company. This recognition testifies to the quality of the solutions offered by CrossKnowledge.

By opening its office in New York, CrossKnowledge is planning to grow high in the USA for upcoming days.

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