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EXODUS S.A. (Coordinator)


EXODUS is one of the major software solutions companies in Greece offering valuable services, integrated state-of-the-art solutions that help organizations to gain added value, cut costs and increase profits. EXODUS solutions include: eLearning solutions, mobile applications, business intelligence, eCollection solutions, Business Process Management, Internet portals, intranet applications & extranets, ERP, Professional Services, customised web applications (PTS, Document Sharing, Electronic Protocol) and specialised applications for vertical sectors as Banking and Government.

Regarding eLearning, EXODUS e.Learn solutions utilise the following: a) Learning and Content Management System, EXODUS e.Learn Platform, b) Customised multimedia courseware c) Off-the-shelf educational content & d) Design and implementation of integrated e-learning solutions.

Regarding mobile applications, EXODUS offers mobile portals and mobile applications specifically designed for iPhone users.

Role in the project

EXODUS S.A. will be the technical and administrative coordinator of the CLASHE project. Having extensive experience in coordinating both national and European research projects, EXODUS will lead the consortium to the realisation of the proposed work - applying at the same time strict quality assurance mechanisms - and will be responsible for all project management activities (such as issuing management reports, organising meetings, etc.).

EXODUS will also be responsible for all technical aspects of the project and will lead the design, development and integration of the language learning network and service. Furthermore, it will develop and host the CLASHE logic game applications and dissemination web site, participate actively in all dissemination activities and lead the construction of the exploitation plan by preparing a thorough and consistent business plan and drawing effective market penetration strategies.


Last update: 3 December 2014

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