Amesite Launches Remote Upskilling Courses on Microsoft Azure, in Partnership with Wayne State University
Amesite announces its migration to Azure
Company aims to reach broader university market as a Microsoft Partner
Amesite Inc., a high-tech artificial intelligence software company offering a cloud-based learning platform and content creation services for business, university and K-12 learning and upskilling announced its launch of services on Microsoft Azure. Running on Azure and in partnership with universities, Amesite is well-positioned to drive digital transformation and upskill professionals across markets.
According to Knowledge Sourcing Intelligence, the global online education market is projected to reach $319B by 2025, a CAGR of 9.23% from 2020 to 2025.
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The workplace is changing faster than ever. In partnership with Amesite, universities can launch the necessary learning programs to keep learners upskilled, quickly and effectively. With Amesite on Azure, these learning programs can drive digitalization and impact markets at an exponentially larger scale.
“As a Microsoft Partner we had access to the Azure FastTrack for ISV program, where we engaged with senior level engineers to help us develop a truly cloud-native solution. Through the Partner Program, we can reach a vast network of professionals through Microsoft’s connections to universities and companies across the country, on Microsoft Azure. That’s good news for people who need targeted courses that can help advance their careers,” said Amesite Founder and CEO Dr. Ann Marie Sastry. “It’s through programs like these that we can help develop new innovations in a variety of sectors, from advancing automotive engineering, creating renewable energy solutions or implementing blockchain technology. By tapping into the strength of Azure, our platform will be available to a much wider audience in a way that is far easier to access than traditional continuing education setups.”
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“Technology in all economic sectors is moving faster than ever and there is a great demand from professionals for accessible courses that keep them up to date,” said Tamer Erzurumlu, Director of Partner Strategy, Education at Microsoft. “By empowering Amesite and putting their platform on Microsoft Azure, we can approach our partner universities around the country and get these solutions out to people who need upskilling courses but may not be able to return to wherever they got their degree for a full semester-long in-person class.”