Harrisburg, PA - November 16, 2016 - JPL Integrated Communications, Inc. announced today that it will merge JPL's learning solutions business into its d'Vinci Interactive subsidiary, creating a stronger market presence with expanded capabilities. d'Vinci develops custom learning experiences, educational websites and web and mobile applications for a different client base than JPL. The combined organization will primarily service corporations, government agencies, educational content providers and medical education organizations.
d'Vinci will maintain its connection to JPL, integrating JPL's digital marketing, creative services and media production capabilities into custom learning solutions. The newly combined organization will include all 24 team members located in Hagerstown, MD and Harrisburg, PA.
Both JPL and d'Vinci have been using learning technology to help clients improve quality and boost performance for more than 20 years. Clients include National Geographic, The Hershey Company, the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association and the National Park Service.
"We're excited to combine the strengths of the two teams to bring greater value to our clients," said d'Vinci Chief Operating Officer Mason Scuderi. "We're already working together developing innovative, engaging and compatible learning solutions."
"Since JPL acquired d'Vinci in 2013, the two organizations have worked together to create award-winning projects for PBS LearningMedia, Johns Hopkins HealthCare and the Administrative Office of the US Courts. This merger takes it to the next level, making us more competitive nationally and globally," said JPL President and d'Vinci CEO Luke Kempski.
According to industry experts Bersin by Deloitte, organizations are investing billions worldwide in learning content development and technologies. For d'Vinci, this means growing opportunities to help clients leverage these investments to deliver extraordinary outcomes.
To learn more about the two organizations coming together, go to JPLLearning.com and dVinci.com. The new combined d'Vinci website will go live in early January 2017.