OnPoint Digital was founded with a mission to design and develop flexible yet affordable online learning systems for enterprise and SMB customers. A dozen years later, we continue to provide a capable yet cost-effective platform that enables T&D teams to define, create, package, deliver and track their digital training programs, instructor-led classes, informal and game-based learning initiatives for their extended learning ecosystems.
OnPoint Digital, founded in 2001, is a global provider of technology-enabled learning solutions for many of the world’s leading organizations. By offering a superior collection of functionality, customization, extensibility, and security, OnPoint is able to provide its customers unique, user-optimized learning experiences for their internal and external audiences on their device or platform of choice. Headquartered in Savannah, Georgia, OnPoint has truly pioneered learning technology well beyond online courseware delivery platforms into the realm of enterprise mobile, social and game-enabled learning solutions.Learn More
When the OnPoint design team meets to discuss the needs and desires of our customers, we do so with a mindset of adding/enhancing functions that will best allow our customers to be successful. Now available and rolling out to everyone, OnPoint’s customers and partners will now have access to several diverse and robust new functionalities as well as a variety of others enhancements included in the latest OnPoint’s OPLS and CellCast Solution v6.1 offerings including:Read More
OnPoint is pleased to have earned the recognition of our peers and industry as reflected in the many awards our technologies and teams have received since our inception. These awards have come directly from the T&D industry as well as wireless and telecom sectors where many of our customers and partners operate.
OnPoint leverages strategic partnerships with a number ofindustry-recognized technology providers who design, develop, and market complimentary tools that help augment and extend our own solutions.
There is a growing number of software vendors who consider the capabilities of every new offering they bring to market and attempt to incorporate them fully into their ecosystems. Cross-platform ecosystems – like Apple's iOS and Google's Android OS – are solid examples of this kind of capability. These benefits run deep too. Apple's iMessage service, for example, keeps text-based conversations flowing naturally whenever a user switches from their handset (iPhone) to their tablet (iPad) or their computer (Macintosh). Real-time data streams are shared between all the Apple devices to keep them in sync and maintain a consistent user experience for those message threads. Moreover, this sort of functionality drives loyalty to the top-level brand (in this case Apple) and binds users into a particular ecosystem.Read More