NICE PEOPLE AT WORK (NPAW), the leader in business intelligence and analytics technology for online video, announced today that eLearnAfrica has onboarded YOUBORA to analyze real-time video usage on its website and mobile application.
eLearnAfrica is an innovative web portal and mobile application built to assist Africans search for and access the best online educational courses, online degrees and professional certifications from trusted sources around the world. By utilizing NPAW’s YOUBORA platform, eLearnAfrica will be able to drive experience improvements for students and educators from the world’s leading universities; and provide administrators with a real-time, end-to-end analysis of their digital content usage.
elearnAfrica CEO, Brook Negussie, notes that, “Implementing YOUBORA will allow administrators to make data-driven decisions, ensuring the most informative and relevant courses are made available to students across Africa.”
YOUBORA, NPAW’s award winning analytics and business intelligence platform, leads the industry in providing content providers with detailed read-outs of the video delivery ecosystem. With this tool, content providers can respond quickly and effectively to delivery issues, thereby boosting audience engagement, satisfaction, and consequently, loyalty by minimizing experience problems such as buffering, lag time and other disturbances. Such disruptions are managed easily with YOUBORA’s real time data collection capabilities, the most granular in the industry, including the platform’s SmartModules function.
“This is the most expansive deployment of YOUBORA for educational purposes in Africa. We are excited to play such an important role in supporting open education in Africa, for Africa, through eLearnAfrica,” said NPAW CEO Ferran Gutiérrez. “We are confident that the YOUBORA analytics, together with the rich availability of content through eLearnAfrica’s network, will positively impact the future by supporting the sustainable development of Africa.”
NPAW is a Business Intelligence and Big Data company serving the online video industry. Through our solid, agile, and highly scalable analytics infrastructure, we support reliable data analysis for any customer in a timely, personalized and cost-effective manner. Our platform, YOUBORA, combined with NPAW’s highly knowledgeable and experienced team, enables our customers to make informed and strategic business decisions, take action to efficiently resolve video delivery disturbances, among other innovative purposes, using in-depth and complete data.
NPAW is a global company with offices in Barcelona and New York. In January 2016, NPAW expanded its market focus to cover the United States, but aims to continue its global expansion. We work with multiple partners and have an extensive network to support our customers. The company is privately held with VC backing, and was founded in 2008.
eLearnAfrica is an innovative web portal and mobile application built to assist Africans search for and access the best online educational courses, online degrees and professional certifications from trusted sources around the world. By combining education and technological resources, eLearnAfrica contributes to the social and economic transformation of the African continent. www.elearnafrica.com, Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
James Noeker on November 03rd 2016
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