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Founded Year

2002

Stage

Acq - Fin - II | Alive

About Turning Technologies

Turning Technologies is a company that focuses on providing comprehensive solutions for video recording and streaming, video content management, audience engagement, content creation, and assessments in the education and business sectors. The company offers a platform that allows users to create, capture, manage, store, and search video content, engage learners in various classroom settings, create engaging learning materials, and generate multi-modal assessments and analytics. The company primarily serves the education, business, and government sectors. It was founded in 2002 and is based in Youngstown, Ohio.

Headquarters Location

255 Federal Plaza W

Youngstown, Ohio, 44503,

United States

866-746-3015

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Turning Technologies Patents

Turning Technologies has filed 12 patents.

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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

1/30/2013

6/2/2015

Computer memory, Rotating disc computer storage media, Integrated circuits, Wireless networking, Telecommunications equipment

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Application Date

1/30/2013

Grant Date

6/2/2015

Title

Related Topics

Computer memory, Rotating disc computer storage media, Integrated circuits, Wireless networking, Telecommunications equipment

Status

Grant

Latest Turning Technologies News

Turning Technologies Announces Knowbly Acquisition

May 29, 2020

Turning Technologies announced the acquisition of Knowbly, an eLearning company known for its easy-to-use, interactive authoring tool. With the acquisition of Knowbly, Turning is now in an ideal position to expand and accelerate their flagship TurningPoint product to new and existing clients. “Knowbly makes the creation of digital learning materials simple, creative and collaborative,” said Turning Technologies CEO  Kenneth Frank . “Combining that with TurningPoint’s interactive learning features, flexible content delivery and robust reporting capabilities will provide an eLearning solution for trainers and educators that rivals anything on the market today.” Together, the products offer an end-to-end workflow to manage and create content, administer both synchronous and asynchronous learning and delivery, and collect real-time analytics to measure performance and help drive business decisions. Frank continues, “With more and more institutions moving to deliver hybrid learning experiences, the acquisition of Knowbly puts us in a unique position to be able to provide an effective solution to the challenges of digital transformation with maximum value for our customers.” Knowbly marks a key acquisition as Turning moves forward with plans to invest in growth both organically and inorganically to deliver on its mission of providing an interactive learning solution that drives measurable outcomes in-class and online. By leveraging TurningPoint’s consistent user experience and powerful data reporting, learning professionals will have access to deeper insights to provide more personalized, integrated and measurable professional development and educational content through a single interactive learning solution with minimal administrative overload. In addition, former Knowbly CEO Kathryn Stewart is joining Turning’s leadership team as the company’s Chief Product Officer. In that role, she will be responsible for innovating and managing Turning Technologies’ expanding product suite. Stewart brings more than 20 years of experience in the learning industry with roles in leading publishing and technology organizations. “I am thrilled to join this team as Turning Technologies is in an enviable market position with continued growth around the globe,” said Stewart. “As remote learning continues to proliferate, Kenneth’s strong vision, combined with Knowbly’s expertise in making eLearning courses more effective and easier to create, opens the door to interactive learning on another level. I’ve had numerous conversations with clients across all industries who see the value of our combined capabilities, and they are excited to see what comes of our innovations.”

Turning Technologies Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Turning Technologies founded?

    Turning Technologies was founded in 2002.

  • Where is Turning Technologies's headquarters?

    Turning Technologies's headquarters is located at 255 Federal Plaza W, Youngstown.

  • What is Turning Technologies's latest funding round?

    Turning Technologies's latest funding round is Acq - Fin - II.

  • Who are the investors of Turning Technologies?

    Investors of Turning Technologies include Centre Lane Partners, Brockway Moran and Partners and Youngstown Business Incubator.

  • Who are Turning Technologies's competitors?

    Competitors of Turning Technologies include Top Hat and 5 more.

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