Digital learning solutions company to create 45 jobs
FRANKFORT Ky. (June 15, 2015) — Gov. Steve Beshear and Lexington Mayor Jim Gray today announced that eTechCampus LLC is moving to a new location in Fayette County and adding more than 45 new jobs.
eTechCampus, which provides digital learning solution for schools, colleges, corporations and government entities, also will invest more than $2 million into the project.
eTechCampus was founded by Lexington-based eCampus.com, which provides a complete outsourced virtual bookstore for educational institutions looking to transition out of brick and mortar campus bookstores. eTech’s approach enables institutions to make a successful transition to a digital learning environment. The company offers expert training, virtual bookstore services, eTextbook solutions, online course design and a learning management system called Converge, which serves to centralize the learning experience by bringing learners together through an e-Learning platform.