ADESSA welcomes on board yet another new member, Stimulus Maksima. When asked what the company is all about, Lotta Engelbrecht, the executive director, said:
“We assist our clients, ranging from toddlers to adults, in obtaining their desired reading literacy and numeracy levels.
“Our computer-aided learning systems are based on auto-remedial principles and monitor progress on a realtime basis.
“A variety of schools, private centers, parents assisting their children at home, as well as students and adults wanting to improve their reading skills, use our philosophy, services and products with great success.”
One of the latest companies to join ADESSA is Cylo.
“At Cylo, we have brought together decades of knowledge from around the digital world to create our powerful digital platform, Allexis,” says Enzo Vailati, the CEO of the company.
Allexis Education is much more than a Learning Management System (LMS), it is an innovative and holistic platform created to aid schools in becoming completely paperless. Everything a teacher or learner requires for their education is available to them in a smart and mobile tablet, with a plethora of interactive apps to choose from. Allexis Education is fully customisable for each school or University, both aesthetically and in regard to the applications that they wish to use. For example, you may wish to utilise the full ecosystem of applications or you may like to utilise our eReader and Library which is rich in both educational and trade content. The Allexis library has an extensive repertoire of titles from several major publishers including Penguin, NB Publishers, Shuter and Shooter, Oxford University Press and Via Afrika. In addition to this, the Allexis library also contains a large catalogue of music, music videos and audio books.
The Directors of Lectorsa, Thomas and Minda Marshall, firmly believe that to create a better future we must be able to think clearer, as well as read and comprehend better.
Expectations for students and people in the workplace have increased dramatically, yet our methods of interacting with information have not. With an explosion of data across the globe, a GAP formed between students and the curriculum – placing learners, students and the workforce under a lot of strain. The world we live in has changed a lot and it keeps on changing; so, it is important to develop visual and cognitive skills.
Information is multiplying by the hour and we have less and less time to assimilate and integrate existing and new information. LAB-on-line was created to bridge this GAP and to supercharge the abilities of students and the leaders of tomorrow.
Lectorsa (a member of ADESSA) is a South African-based company that created a Mind Activation System called LAB-on-line. The programme offers the basis to ensure a strong foundation for future interaction with knowledge and information. How many times do you find yourself reading a passage and realising that you did not understand what you read? Or perhaps you cannot remember what you read. The reason for this is that we learn how to read, but we seldom are taught the value of reading-to-learn. It has never been more important to activate minds through training and developing accurate ways to facilitate the process of reading; and thereby improving comprehension through cognitive development.
With a proven track record of effective assistance and the development of crucial cognitive skills to more than 68 000 users, LAB-on-line offers the strong foundation that is needed to excel in advanced information processing.
Join SchoolAdvisor (a strategic partner of ADESSA) and CiTi who will be running a workshop on how to sell effectively to schools on Friday, 12 May 2017. The workshop will consist of engaging presentations from people who have real success stories from working and selling to schools, one of the toughest markets to open. All the presenters will be talking from real experience and give you tips and strategies you can put straight into action.
Click here for more information about the workshop and what you must to do attend.