US eLearning Market Tops $10 Billion in 2006

The current market for self-paced eLearning products and services in the US across all the buying segments topped $10 billion in 2006 according to a new research report from Ambient Insight. 

The market for e-Learning will grow by 30.8% over the forecast period from 2006 to 2011. The revenues for outsourced services are growing by 80.2% on strong demand for content targeted to specific sectors. 

Other key findings from the report include the major shift in buying behavior and buyer demographics, a transformation of the supply chain, the robust growth in BPO “smartsourcing” services, innovative business models, and new revenue opportunities for nimble suppliers.

The report, called The US Market for Self-paced eLearning Products and Services: 2006-2011 Forecast and Analysis covers all buyers not just corporations. The report includes five-year spending forecasts for eight customer buying segments: consumer, corporations and businesses, federal government, state and local government, PreK-12 academic, higher education, non-profits and associations, and healthcare.

Buyers Covered:
This report forecasts the expenditures for Self-paced eLearning products and services across eight customer buying segments: consumer, corporations and businesses, federal government, state and local government, PreK-12 academic, higher education, non-profits and associations, and healthcare.

Products Covered:
There are six major types of Self-paced eLearning products and services forecast in this report including: two types of packaged content (IT and non-IT), custom content and technology services, hosted learning management services, software tools, and installed learning management technology. There are many variations of each of these products and they are broken out in this forecast when necessary.

Vendors Covered:
360training, Allen Interactions, Altirus, Apangea Learning, Apple, Attend Software, Berlitz, Blackboard, Comcourse, Cornerstone OnDemand, CrossTec, Dell, Digication, Digital Learning Management, DyKnow, Edcomm, Edmin.com, EduNeering, ElementK, EMC, Englishtown, ExcellerateHRO, FlexTraining, Follett Software, Gateway, GeoLearning, GlobalEnglish, GlobalLiteracy, HealthStream, HP, IBM, Integrity Interactive Corporation, Intrepid Learning Solutions, Isoph, Kaplan, KnowledgePlanet, LearnShare, LearnSomething, Lenova, LRN, Makau, Maritz Learning, McGraw-Hill, Microsoft, Mindleaders, Mohive, Moodle.com, Multimedia Tutorial Services, NanoLearning.com, NetDimensions, Net Support Software, Ninth House, Optasia, Oracle, Pearson Education, Richardson, Plateau Systems, Plato, Powered, RedVector, rSmart, Saba, Skillsfeed.com, SkillSoft, SlideShare, Smart Technologies, SumTotal Systems, TeacherHosting.com, Thomson Learning, TrainingPro, Trifus, Trivantis, UMassOnline, VCampus, Vignette, Virtual High School, Inc., Workplace Answers, Xornet, and Zoologic.

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