Learning & Education
As a society we have come to expect the same levels of technology in our learning environments as in our day-to-day lives. As such the industry is under increasing pressure to provide a more flexible online learning experience allowing end users to stay connected wherever and whenever they need it. Increasingly, workplace technology is being used to connect, communicate and collaborate anywhere, anytime, using any device.
Creating an effective digital learning environment has its challenges.
At Carbon Six Digital we work with industry leaders to provide innovative solutions within the learning and education sector and have experience of connecting communities through next generation platforms, facilitating collaboration and delivering innovative learning. What we’ve established over a number of years is that effective training isn’t just about technology, it’s about understanding people and how to connect them with the resources they need in a way that facilitates their learning. To be effective these systems must be scaleable, secure and reliable.
Some of our recent clients in this sector
What our customers say…
“Helped design our new Intranet from our vague ideas managed to deliver excellence. We had a customer facing brand and C6 helped move that to an internal view so we maintained the Harwoods brand but differentiated from Customer/Employee. Assisted in delivering e-forms so we can move away from paper. First class Intranet that everyone loves, great ideas to help us get our Intranet launched - working from a brief they really delivered. Quick to advise and suggest new ideas and new things that may be relevant even if we haven't asked. I would not hesitate to recommend them and their services.”
“Paul and the team are a joy to work with; both proactive in their advice and the seeking of the best solution, and responsive to issues when they do arrive. Paul is unusual in that he is far more commercially aware than most techies and far less ‘precious’, open to suggestions and other ways of doing things (while too many techies suffer from the ‘not invented here syndrome). A genuine added value service from a company that cares about what they do.”