HBP is a nonprofit subsidiary of Harvard University that serves as a bridge between academia and enterprises around the globe through its publications and multiple platforms for content delivery. Business educators worldwide use course materials from HBP’s Higher Education group to add dynamic, real-life perspectives to undergraduate, MBA, and executive education programs – including the Learning Lab’s OPEQ sim and The Startup Game.
Revolution Systems primarily focuses on building and maintaining customized web applications, offering world-class consulting and technical support for a variety of Open Source technologies and software systems. Specializing in performance and scalability, their core expertise lies in Python, Django, PostgreSQL, systems admin services and devops. (All this and they still find time to be the world leader in Django support and training!)
Yuzu Solutions specializes in turning your vision into reality, with proven expertise at crystallizing rough ideas and developing them into world-class products that are meticulously designed to meet even the most discerning customer’s expectations. Yuzu’s invaluable contributions to our Customer Centricity simulation are just one example of a Learning Lab partnership that continues to bear fruit.
StoneHill Media is a small, savvy web-development team that excels at crafting powerful internet applications that look great everywhere, on any screen. Their Responsive Web Design (RWD) approach produces an optimal viewing experience across all platforms, allowing a website to adapt to its “surroundings” and provide the same (or better) level of experience on tablets, mobile phones, and desktops alike.
SimCase builds casual games for serious learning. Focused on reinforcing individual concepts, instructors can use a SimCase to easily infuse an existing lecture with active-learning content. Before, during, or after class, students can engage with what they’re learning using SimCase. “
Deckspire is a product-development firm launched by a team of entrepreneurs and technologists with decades of experience. They expertly craft highly scalable, usable, and responsive web applications through user-centric design, test-driven development, agile project management, and structured software design.
One app becoming increasingly useful for the Learning Lab is simFlow, which offers powerful (and cost-effective!) CFD software for Windows and Linux. Combining an intuitive graphical user interface with the advantages of the open-source libraries, it allows users to create and import mesh, prepare cases, parametrise problems, calculate solutions, and compute in parallel with just one click.
Forio is the leading provider of custom business school simulations. The Epicenter platform brings together best-in-breed web technologies and over 15 years of experience supporting simulations, data explorations, and predictive analytics applications. Forio has partnered with the Learning Lab on multiple projects, including the Looking Glass platform. Wharton’s Startup Game and OPEQ simulations are also available through Forio’s website.
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