Gaithersburg, MD, Oct. 13, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — mPhase Technologies, Inc. (OTCQB: XDSL) (“mPhase” or the “Company”) is providing the following update on new technology and business improvements at its Learning Track division. As a reminder, in 2019 Learning Track introduced a Learning Management System (“LMS”) platform that has enabled mPhase to become one of the fastest growing public companies in the LMS space and has contributed a majority of Company revenue to date, accounting for a quarterly revenue increase from $2.5 million in Q4 2019 to approximately $7.6 million in Q3 2020, which also marked the first profitable quarter in Company history. mPhase has guided to over $30 million in trailing-twelve-month revenue for fiscal year 2020.
The Company spent the last few quarters developing additional technology that it believes will increase the attractiveness of the Learning Track platform. New and upcoming enhancements include:
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In the days immediately following the arrival of the Covid-19 pandemic on U.S. shores, schools shut down as administrators and parents raced to gear up for digital classrooms. Unfortunately, many of those educators and concerned parents found the nationwide online learning experiment to be a struggle.
That consensus seems to be growing now that schools across the country have begun the new academic year. Social media is full of posts from parents, teachers and students describing a fraught, frustrating school day that often ends in tears all around. The same is true for employees and leaders attempting to navigate remote working, training and professional development.
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CARY, N.C., Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Global Knowledge, the worldwide leader in IT training and professional skills development, is the first learning partner to have its training schedule integrated into the Microsoft Learn site in North America. Global Knowledge was selected because of its global footprint and robust high-frequency Microsoft training schedules.
On Microsoft’s site, Microsoft Learn is positioned as an online training platform that provides interactive learning for Microsoft products and more. Its goal is to help professionals become proficient on Microsoft technologies and learn more skills with fun, guided, hands-on, interactive content that’s specific to job roles and goals.
“Microsoft Learn will be an important way for tech professionals to easily find instructor-led Microsoft training opportunities,” said Debbie Murray-John, Global Knowledge’s global product director for Microsoft. “We