Global e-Learning Report 2014-2020 - Strategic Business Report
DUBLIN, IRELAND -- (Marketwired) -- 08/15/14 -- Research and Markets
announced the addition of the "e-Learning - Global Strategic Business
Report" report to their offering.
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for e-Learning in US$
Million by the following Product Segments: Academic eLearning, and
Corporate eLearning. The report provides separate comprehensive
analytics for the US, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World.
Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2013
through 2020. Also, a seven-year historic analysis is provided for
these markets. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and
secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based on public
domain information including company URLs.
The report profiles 384 companies including many key and niche
players such as:
-- Adobe Systems Inc.
-- Apollo Education Group, Inc.
-- Articulate Global, Inc.
-- Assima PLC
-- Blackboard, Inc.
Key Topics Covered: Click the link below to view the full extended
table of contents
I. Introduction, Methodology & Product Definitions
II. Executive Summary
2. Industry Overview
3. What Ails Elearning Market?
4. Competitive Overview
5. Corporate Elearning
6. K-12 & Universities/Higher Education
7. Learning Management Systems (Lms)
8. Elearning A Conceptual Overview
10. Product Innovations/Introductions
11. Recent Industry Activity
12. Focus On Select Players
13. Global Market Perspective
1. The United States
5. Rest Of World
IV. Competitive Landscape
Total Companies Profiled: 384 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries 398)
-- The United States (252)
-- Canada (15)
-- Europe (84)
-- France (7)
-- Germany (3)
-- The United Kingdom (52)
-- Italy (1)
-- Spain (1)
-- Rest of Europe (20)
-- Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (37)
-- Latin America (1)
-- Africa (4)
-- Middle East (5)
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