Deputy First Minister Commends eCom Scotland’s Internationalisation
eCom Scotland provides innovative technology solutions for workforce learning and development. They have achieved 30% year on year revenue growth for the last 3 years and doubled staff numbers through a series of product launches and expansion into new markets.
Mr Swinney heard about eCom’s award-winning work with RNIB on accessible eLearning for blind and partially-sighted people and a digital accreditation project at a US state university. He also watched a demonstration of eNetAuthor, eCom’s new eLearning authoring tool which helps project teams to work together more effectively.
John Swinney, said “eCom Scotland is an excellent example of a digital company with ambition and determination to reach a global market from a base here in Scotland”
Wendy Edie, eCom Scotland’s Managing Director, said “It’s our focus on R&D which has enabled us to develop innovative technologies for workforce learning and assessment, an industry valued at $4 billion globally. We have used experience from UK projects to identify opportunities to lead best practice internationally. Helping us expand into new markets and create digital jobs in Scotland.”