E-learning is the focus of all attention. It is the future of training and brings with it innovations that will make it possible to acquire skills with new practices. Focus on innovative start-ups.
Coorpacademy and its international presence
It has registered more than 300,000 learners. 30% of the latter come from abroad. These customers include Société Générale, Samsung, L’Oréal, Tag Heuer, Michelin, Seb and Renault. The start-up seeks to offer learners content that is adapted to them.
OpenClassrooms and its online school
Founded in 2013 by Mathieu Nebra and Pierre Dubuc, the start-up OpenClassrooms offers an online platform that offers professionalizing and diploma courses on digital professions around Data, design, marketing or web and mobile development. The site features a catalogue of more than 1,000 online courses grouped under 300 official certifications, which can then lead to some 30 diplomas from Bac+2 to Bac+5, recognized by the State. More than 70 people and 150 experts are in charge of creating courses with images and texts, punctuated by quizzes and homework as well as video courses lasting a maximum of ten minutes. OpenClassrooms’ goal is to reach 20 million subscribers by 2020.
Unowhy and its all-in-one digital solution, Sqool
Created in 2007 by Jean-Yves Hepp, the start-up Unowhy has been offering its digital solution all in one Squool since 2012. It combinesA digital tablet, dedicated interfaces for primary and secondary classes, access to digital educational resources and secure cloud hosting. Available in Android and Windows 10 Professional Education, the tablet has all the current features and technical specifications such as a ten-hour battery life, a 2GB RAM and several USB ports.
AppScho and its application dedicated to institutions and students
Launched in 2014 by Victor Wacrenier and Antoine Popineau, the start-up AppScho offers schools and universities a mobile application that provides students with everything that can be related to schooling, such as timetables, transcripts and internship offers. This saves schools a considerable amount of time in their management and allows them to communicate information quickly to students. Notifications are sent to each of them for any significant information and are included in the schedule when courses are cancelled or moved. Schools can measure student activity through openness and reading rates and survey responses.
Klaxoon, the nugget
Encouraging teams to better share knowledge on a daily basis: this is the philosophy of Klaxoon, a Rennes-based nugget that won awards in 2016 and 2017 at the CES in Las Vegas. To make meetings more efficient and interactive, the start-up has developed software with a box, which provides access without an Internet connection and allows different activities to be created. “Instead of making slides, we can ask a question to a group and everyone can answer from their phone, computer or tablet,” says its founder, Matthieu Beucher. A success story that already “honks” at 500,000 users in 114 countries.