Denver, CO, August 17, 2016 – ODILO and Claned (Finland), two young, innovative companies in the field of technology and education, have signed a collaboration agreement providing customers with pioneering technological solutions. ODILO gives Claned customers access to over 1.1 million digital content from more than 900 global providers. ODILO customers will benefit from the pioneering technology of artificial intelligence applied to education developed by Claned, a world leader in educational methodology.
The two companies sealed the deal in March 2016, while in Madrid at the Open Future-Telefónica meeting, Telefónica’s global program for the development of talent and technology-digital venture. “Claned is a natural partner for us,” said Rodrigo Rodriguez Lopez, CEO of ODILO, “We have already begun to implement our joint solutions and our customers are excited about the analytics that Claned exclusively offers.”
“ODILO offers almost every conceivable form of consumption of digital learning content, allowing Claned users to expand their sources of knowledge and resources. For example, borrowing e-books from our platform,” describes Mervi Palander, CEO of Claned, “ODILO offers all popular publishers and it is very easy for libraries to deliver protected digital content with DRM.
Claned is a pioneer company from Finland experiencing rapid growth worldwide. Claned’s innovation is a unique combination of theories of educational psychology scientifically proven and developed through artificial intelligence. The Claned solution provides users and trainers with understanding how different individuals learn and what factors impact the individual learning process and performance.
ODILO is a privately held Spanish and USA based company dedicated to developing the most innovative and creative solutions for libraries. With millions of end-users worldwide, ODILO offers a comprehensive product suite for the discovery, management, and distribution of library print and digital materials. Currently used in 43 countries, ODILO defines and designs efficient, user-friendly solutions, serving the needs of public, private, university, school, and special interest libraries, while enabling them to transition into the future. ODILO is headquartered in Madrid, Spain, with offices in Cartagena, Spain; Denver, Colorado; Mexico City, Mexico; and New York, New York.
Katie Klossner, Director of Marketing & Communications