KnowBase, an online learning solutions provider founded in 1997, today announced a new company name: Roundtable Online Learning. With this change comes a new brand and new digital presence at roundtablelearning.com.
The change reflects the company’s evolution from a technically skilled, reliable vendor to a collaborative partner whose flexible, respectful approach sets the stage for exceptionally engaging, effective and ROI-focused online learning outcomes.
Roundtable’s logo represents KnowBase’s future self because its circular shape highlights one of the company’s primary beliefs: people are at the center of the learning equation, something that often gets lost in online learning. While technology is important and necessary, it’s how people work together that takes outcomes from good to great.
Roundtable’s new website features simple access to information about online learning and provides an easy, transparent user experience that reflects the company’s approach.
New owner, Cleveland businessman Dan Grajzl, who founded Park Place International and Park Place Technologies, prompted the review of the company’s brand. Quick to point out that what’s best about the company is not changing, Mr. Grajzl also notes, “We have an exceptional client retention rate because of our focus on quality products and customer service. Roundtable can deliver the online learning solutions that clients need, in a way that clients appreciate.”
Grajzl also said, “It’s an exciting time to be a part of such a promising company.”
“Roundtable provides flexible solutions, including our learning management system and custom online courses. This flexibility extends to how we work with people, from helping company leaders meet their strategic goals to associations and training professionals determined to drive new revenue,” said Jim Lorentz, President of Roundtable.
Established in 1997, Roundtable has delivered training to more than 2 million users worldwide in 36 languages. A staff of 20 professionals develops custom online learning for human resources, legal, compliance and sales training. They also maintain and manage a learning management system (LMS) for corporations, associations and training professionals.