Our clients span all industry sectors
Our passion for effective digital training systems is what leads to the success of our clients’ training courses. We have faith in humanity, and in the power of education and training to make public and private enterprise better. We inspire our clients to accomplish great things. We lead our clients towards the future.


Our partnership policy for more efficient solutions


KTM Advance and EDHEC Business School have joined forces to create a generic offer for management training programs. This partnership is a synergy of our strengths: management methods are contributed by EDHEC and the EditUp solution by KTM Advance.

Each year 10,000 executive directors and managers across the world receive training at EDHEC. To learn more about EDHEC:

Check out our e-learning management training course EditUp:

An active R&D department
KTM Advance receives investments and funding for numerous collaborative R&D projects. The consortiums that we lead or partner are certified by competitiveness clusters and institutions, and are selected by the Single Interministerial Fund (FUI), European Regional Development Fund (FEDER), and, soon, the National Research Agency (ANR). The R&D projects are built on technological and content innovations, as well as training systems evaluation. Our partners have increasingly become more international, allowing us to further widen our capabilities.

An active R&D department

A vast information exchange network: knowledge and know-how
KTM Advance is part of a vast network of ideas and expertise, participating in and creating communities that think together, share ideas and mutualize plans.
AFINEF Association Française des Industriels du Numérique Educatif et de la Formation
KTM Advance created AFINEF (the French Association of Digital Manufacturers in the Fields of Education and Training):
Yves Dambach, President of KTM Advance and Vice-President of the AFINEF, aims to boost the economic development of manufacturers in the field, and to promote increased digital training in France, and other nations such as the United States and Germany.

Création du GIS (Groupement d’Intérêt Scientifique) Serious Game Research Network
Creation of the GIS (Grouping of Scientific Interests) Serious Game Research Network with the Jean-François Champollion University of Teaching and Research, University of Toulouse 3–Paul Sabatier, University of Toulouse 2–Le Mirail, University of Toulouse 1–Capitole, INP of Toulouse, CNRS-Midi-Pyrénées delegation, ENFA, the Albi District Council and Ludoscience.

Professional associations and networks contribute to the profession’s progress, and promote the uses and benefits of digital technology.
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Support for training systems advances
KTM Advance receives financial support from the European Union, the French Government, local communities, as well as competitive clusters.
We thank all our contributors for their part in encouraging improvements to the training industry:
Mairie de Paris
Ile de France
Valenciennes Métropole
L'Europe s'engage en France
Région Nord pas de calais
Caisse des dépots
Investissement d'avenir
Région Alsace