Omniplex, a market-leading eLearning solutions provider, has secured investment from leading mid-market private equity investor LDC to support its growth strategy.
Omniplex empowers organisations worldwide to design, create and deliver effective and engaging digital learning. The company has offices in the UK and China and is the official partner of Articulate software in the UK. Articulate is the world leading eLearning authoring platform used by more than 100,000 organisations globally to create digital learning programmes for more than 100million learners.
Omniplex also partners with industry-leading software platforms such as Vyond, Docebo and eLearning Brothers and provides eLearning services including training, consulting and bespoke content development through their digital learning design agency, Cursim. Omniplex’s impressive portfolio of customers include Pfizer, Deloitte, Medtronic, GlaxoSmithKline, KPMG and Thames Water.
LDC is backing the business’ existing management team led by CEO Matthew Lloyd. Under Matthew’s leadership, the business has experienced strong growth having increased revenues 36% year-on-year. LDC’s support will enable the management team to further consolidate its market-leading position as it targets further organic growth and explores complementary acquisitions.
PMSI provided CDD on the deal. David Crout, Managing Partner at PMSI, commented: “Omniplex is an impressive business with strong software solutions and services and a market leading position in the UK. It is well placed to take advantage of a rapidly growing market as organisations continue to turn to digital learning solutions.”
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