We're very excited to be partnering with WillowDNA, an award-winning online learning & knowledge company in the UK! Unlike so many other technology vendors and content development shops, their focus is on the customer's core transformation needs instead of selling their products and services. As such they go far beyond traditional approaches to eLearning, creating flexible, tailored learning experiences on any scale. The alignment is ideal. It's a perfect fit and a mutual love-fest! Here's the text of the official press release: WillowDNA Announces New US Partnership London, U.K. - February 1, 2017 - Today (Wednesday 1st Feb, 2017) leading award-winning eLearning company Willow DNA announced a partnership with Snap Synapse. The agreement between the two companies pairs Willow DNA’s bespoke content development services and
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