The relationship presents Intuition with the opportunity to market its library of financial markets eLearning courses and services to a wider audience and KnowledgePoint with the opportunity to enhance its existing eLearning offerings to the Chinese marketplace. âThe agreement with KnowledgePoint is an exciting development for Intuition,â said Simon Banks, CEO Asia Pacific at Intuition. âIt will enable us to extend the reach of our existing solutions to new territories. The Chinese marketplace remains a strong growth story and we see enormous potential for learning services in the region.â
KnowledgePoint is a young, dynamic company, operating in China and Ireland, with an experienced European management team. As well as selling directly into the Chinese market, KnowledgePoint will provide localisation, implementation and support services in conjunction with Intuitionâs Professional Services team. Since its foundation in 2008, KnowledgePoint has been providing learning advice and guidance to organisations in China and has developed extensive links with the Chinese banking and educational communities.
âWe are delighted to have the Intuition product set to offer to the Chinese marketplace,â said Paul Fox, KnowledgePointâs CEO. âHaving developed a presence in the Chinese banking and education markets, the Intuition offering fits very well into our product portfolio. The Intuition product set is known throughout the world and is being very well received in China. I am delighted with the level of traction we have already achieved with Intuition and I look forward to increasing partnership momentum over the coming months.â