Learn.net was founded in 1990 in Atlanta, GA by Kenneth F. Leddick and James H. Black, Jr., former Scientific-Atlanta executives who also co-founded Convergent Media Systems in 1980 (now Sony Services). The company was founded with the mission to design, develop and service enterprise training and communications technologies to support large enterprises. Today, Learn.net’s software and services are deployed at a number of excellent organizations educating and training their knowledge workers:
- ARI Collections
- Financial Asset Management Systems
- Gulf Coast Collections Bureau
- Housing Insurance Telecommunications Company
- U.S. Security Associates
- Walmart Corporation
The company’s CADE (Communications and Distance Education) suite of solutions is installed and operational in several large enterprises, and includes CADE eTutor (web-collaboration software with two-way video for distance training), CADE Virtual Classroom (technology platform for group-based learning, similar to interactive TV), CADE Mobile (rapid authoring for mobile training, such as job aids), and CADE Eterna (adaptive compliance management system for continuous proficiency training and evaluation). All CADE solutions are built on top of an enterprise-class learning management system (LMS) using a single database and a common authoring platform invented by Learn.net.