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Noodle Acquires Meteor Learning, Strengthening Noodle’s Consulting Practice – PR Newswire

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NEW YORK and BURLINGTON, Mass., Aug. 22, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Noodle, higher education’s leading strategy, services and technology partner, has completed the acquisition of Meteor Learning, a Certified B edtech corporation based in Burlington, Massachusetts.

Noodle, also a Certified B corporation, welcomes Meteor Learning’s higher education and employer partners into its network. This addition strengthens Noodle’s ability to help its partners be more resilient, responsive and efficient.

William Rieders and Donna Ritchie, Meteor’s founders, will join the Noodle leadership team and will head Noodle’s consulting practice, driving strategic insights and operational effectiveness for Noodle partners.

“Meteor extends our capacity and reach, and I am very excited to work with Bill and Donna, who bring tremendous insight and experience to the team,” said John Katzman, Noodle’s founder and CEO. “This acquisition will expand our consulting practice with leadership and expertise, methodologies and proven results to solve a unique challenge – how does higher ed best leverage technology and data to execute against their strategic goals?”

With this acquisition, Noodle now supports more than 65 top US and UK universities through aligned learning design, marketing, recruiting, support, strategy and technology services. Noodle provides these services, along with internal resources at its partner universities, to address challenges and opportunities that higher ed faces.

“This acquisition will provide Meteor Learning partners with additional scale, expanded services and innovative new models to support greater flexibility, efficiency and internal capacity building,” said William Rieders. “Universities are looking for a strategy, services and technology partner to help navigate the rapidly changing post-secondary market. The combination of the two organizations gives us that much more capacity to be their strategic partner.”

Meteor’s focus on skills-based programs provides a strong catalyst for Noodle’s University-to-Employer service, addressing some of the most significant workforce challenges in such areas as Nursing and Education.

About Noodle

Noodle is higher education’s leading strategy, services and technology partner. Founded in 2013, Noodle has developed infrastructure and online enrollment growth for some of the best academic institutions in the world. Our vision is “to empower universities to change the world.” We achieve this vision by offering our partners various products and services that help them become more resilient, responsive, efficient and interconnected. Noodle is a Certified B edtech corporation. Follow Noodle on LinkedIn, X and Instagram.

About Meteor

Meteor Learning is a leader in addressing the vast skills gap. Meteor is uniquely positioned to serve learners with its broad portfolio of skills-based programming developed and validated with higher education and employer partners. Led by seasoned educational technology and service executives, Meteor Learning is a high-growth company with deep expertise in serving the needs of adult learners. Meteor Learning is a Certified B Corporation, Boston Business Journal Fast 50 Company and Inc. 5000 award winner. Learn more about Meteor Learning at meteorlearning.com.

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