Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Meet Our Customers: goFLUENT

"Lightstreamer technology is a vital part of our products and has enabled us to offer top-notch services." - A short interview with Edward Watson, Digital Marketing Manager/Specialist at goFLUENT, a leading eLearning company, which leveraged Lightstreamer for their Virtual Classroom solution.

Lightstreamer enabled the creation of a reliable and secure real-time chat/messaging system, working seamlessly behind proxies and firewalls on both the web and mobile apps.

May you please provide some background on goFLUENT?
goFLUENT offers distance English training, combining eLearning, telephone lessons, and written practice coaching, among other complementary solutions, to help global corporations communicate with their global audience. goFLUENT is established in 17 countries and powered by more than 500 employees. goFLUENT has assisted more than 200,000 learners from over 2,000 organizations become more efficient when doing business globally and managing intercultural situations. With a global average satisfaction rating of 98%, goFLUENT’s wide array of solutions has helped pave the way for organizations to succeed worldwide.

What is goFLUENT's Virtual Classroom?
The Virtual Classroom is goFLUENT's 24/7 interactive group learning environment available on our eLearning solution. It includes live video-streaming lessons, and online and phone discussions led by one of our business English trainers. Each lesson explores our most recent eLearning modules, featuring content from our partners the New York Times, Harvard Business Review and AFP.

What functionalities are powered by Lightstreamer?
Currently, Lightstreamer is used for applications on our portal used to communicate and collaborate with our learners. Lightstreamer is used both on our web portal and mobile application version of the applications.

Is your main application based on HTML or other front-end technologies?
Most of our applications use HTML (including HTML5) and JavaScript for the front-end development, on both the web and mobile.

Do you use Lightstreamer for bi-directional messaging (that is, also for sending real-time messages from the client to the server)?
Yes, we use Lightstreamer to allow learners to communicate with us in real-time on both the web portal and their mobile devices.

Lightstreamer is used in a critical part of your service architecture. May you share your experience with the Lightstreamer technology and its support team?
Lightstreamer technology is a vital part of our products and has enabled us to offer top-notch services. We are very satisfied with our experience with the Lightstreamer technology and support team.

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