Valamis Partners With Lambda Chi Alpha
Valamis, the global leader in digital learning technologies and workforce development, is embarking on a new partnership with Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, one of the largest men’s general fraternities in North America with more than 300,000 initiated members at more than 300 universities, to revolutionize their learning network with the Valamis Complete Learning Platform.
The new partnership will allow Lambda Chi Alpha to implement a fresh, intuitive, and personal learning experience which will offer the opportunity to enhance brotherhood through learning networks.
“Valamis will allow us to revolutionize how we implement and integrate learning. We can now rapidly author and design content, create social experiences through cross-chapter and alumni engagement, drive competition through leaderboards and challenges, and receive meaningful reporting to inform future learning,” said Simon Taylor, Ph.D., Chief Learning Officer, Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity.
“Fresh, intuitive, and personal, the Valamis platform ultimately offers us the opportunity to enhance brotherhood through learning networks. Like never before, our suite of learning products will connect every chapter in North America,” stated Taylor.
A main objective for the new partnership will be focused on revolutionizing how Lambda Chi Alpha implements and integrates learning content to build an experience that motivates learners, provokes debate, and generates a sense of challenge and progress.
“Aside from their excellent product, we chose Valamis based on their level of interest and experience,” said Taylor. “Unlike other vendors, Valamis showed a desire to understand Lambda Chi Alpha and tailor their offering.
“On hearing that competition, gamification, and reporting were extremely important to us, they came back with multiple solutions. They were looking for a partnership, not a sale. The Valamis experience was also a deciding factor. Through their strong links to Sweden’s gaming community, Valamis knows what engages young people. And, as we start the onboarding process, I would have to say we 100% made the right decision,” said Taylor.
We are excited to partner with Lambda Chi Alpha in building future leaders through a combination of engaging learning opportunities, social dimension, and our Valamis learning technology,” said Mika Kuikka, President of Valamis.
“During the selection process, we discussed the use cases in great detail and saw the strength of Valamis technology in a world with distributed learning organization, modern learners, and a need for detailed insights about the learning. Since the first meetings, Valamis technology and the way of learning at Lambda Chi Alpha felt like a perfect match.
“Together we are setting up the stage and best practices for professional and leadership development in all fraternal organizations,” said Kuikka.
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About Lambda Chi Alpha
Headquartered in Indianapolis, USA, Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity is one of the largest men’s general fraternities in North America, with more than 300,000 initiated members, and has held chapters at more than 300 universities. Complemented by its partnerships with the American Red Cross, Movember, and Feeding America, Lambda Chi Alpha serves to enhance higher education by providing opportunities for academic achievement, leadership development, personal growth, career readiness/networking, and lifelong friendships. Lambda Chi Alpha brothers model and embrace its values: loyalty, duty, respect, service and stewardship, honor, integrity, and personal courage. To learn more about Lambda Chi, please visit the website.
Valamis is a digital learning company specializing in workforce development and the developer of Valamis Learning Solution. Valamis’ customers are large organizations spanning all industries—predominantly finance and insurance, complex manufacturing, and professional services. Headquartered in Joensuu, Finland, Valamis operates internationally with offices in the US, the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, and India. To learn more, please visit Valamis.