Johannesburg — DUTCH-based learning technology company, aNewSpring, has expanded to South Africa. It has opened a new office in Johannesburg with exclusive distributor, New Leaf Technologies. Co-owner, Rene Persoon, previously announced the plans at the recently held E-learning Insights 2017 conference in Cape Town and Johannesburg. aNewSpring has been working with New Leaf Technologies for over a year. "The company has been instrumental in the success of aNewSpring in Africa and we thought the timing was perfect to open a local office," said Persoon. The aNewSpring learning platform has already been fully integrated with Sage X3 People, a leading HR management tool. The open Application Programme Interface (API) makes integration across a wide range of other HR and ERP systems very practical and relatively simple. "This is really good news for the South African industry," said Paul Hanly, newly-appointed Managing Director of aNewSpring Africa. He said the company was building lasting relationships with clients and was able to provide local support, onboarding as well as localised pricing. "We're not just another faceless cloud-based software solution. We are on the ground with a really good understanding of the African market," Hanly said.
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