Cengage ups the digital ante

Cengage ups the digital ante

Being “late to the party” in terms of digital development is not proving a disadvantage for Cengage Learning as it transforms from textbook publisher to education technology company, according to its bullish c.e.o. Michael Hansen (pictured).

Cengage emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2014 and placed 14th in last year’s industry Global Ranking of publishers, with revenue of €1.4bn. It has developed its digital resources, notably interactive learning system MindTap, with a series of recent partnerships and acquisitions.

In 2014 it partnered with “big data” software company Celebrus Techn...

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