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Deltak partners with academic institutions to develop online degree programs, complete with targeted recruitment marketing, integrated admissions implementation, retention services and successful online graduation rates. Deltak invests in career-oriented colleges and provides online resources to enable its school investments and partners to build, support, and go-to-market with online and blended educational programs. Deltak was formerly known as Collegis University Solutions and constituted the school and consumer business of Collegis, including the ownership of Rasmussen College and Aakers Business College.In October 2012, Deltak Edu was acquired by John Wiley & Sons. The valuation / acquisition price of Deltak Edu was disclosed to be $220 million. Other terms of the deal were not released.Deltak was reported to have $54 million in revenue in FY 2012 and supports over 100 online programs.
Since 1993, Compass has been a provider of distance learning services to prominent non-profit higher education institutions, helping them plan, implement, and operate successful online undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Compass provides the entire complement of online learning support services"including market research, program marketing, student recruitment, instructional design and technology, student retention support, faculty training and support, technical helpdesk, and online bookstore"enabling their partners to concentrate on delivering high-quality academics. Compass Knowledge Groups success is based on a history of predictable performance that far exceeds industry standards. Compass services many colleges and universities including University of Cincinnati, Boston University, Ohio University, University of Florida, University of New England, Eastern Kentucky University, and Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences.In October 2010, Compass Knowledge Group was merged with Embanet to form Embanet-Compass Knowledge Group.
2U partners with colleges and universities to build digital education. The platform provides a comprehensive fusion of technology, services, and data architecture to transform high-quality and rigorous campus-based universities into digital versions of themselves. 2U's No Back Row approach allows qualified students and working professionals around the world to experience a university education and successful outcomes.
Embanet provides non-profit educational institutions with the capital and support needed to launch successful, fully online degree programs. It works with institutions to design and build courses, train faculty on the applications they'll be using, and provide live technical support 24/7.In October 2010, Embanet was merged with the Compass Knowledge Group and the new entity, Embanet-Compass Knowledge Group was formed.EmbanetCompass partners with North American non-profit colleges and universities to provide online learning solutions. It provides a full range of services including program design and development, marketing and student recruitment, faculty training and support, student retention and learning analytics, student services (counseling, tutoring, mentoring), technology support and launch funding.In October 2012, EmbanetCompass was acquired by Pearson. The valuation of EmbanetCompass was $650 million. Other terms of the deal were not released.
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