Since the advent of digital technology, educators and technology companies have sought to deliver content to students in ways that engage them in the material and enhance their ability to learn. Cambridge-Hitachi, an organization founded through a partnership between tech giant Hitachi Solutions and the educators at the Cambridge University Press, has been at the forefront of this effort since 2003. Specializing in educational software, as well as the tools and training needed to bring the software into the classroom, the organization has won numerous awards and accolades since its establishment just over a decade ago.
Working with subject experts at the top of their respective fields and software engineers who specialize in user-friendly platforms, Cambridge-Hitachi has succeeded in making numerous educational products that have been a hit with teachers and students alike. With clients that have included Williams F1, The Co-operative Bank, the London Grid for Learning, and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, the organization has created content aimed at young students and seasoned professionals alike. Unlike companies that simply deliver software, Cambridge-Hitachi also provides live training in how to use the software most effectively, as well as marketing services.
Learn more at Cambridge-Hitachi.com.