Onward towards the Serious Game!
Founded in 1995, KTM Advance took its present-day form in 2004 under the leadership of Yves Dambach, Robert Becker and Maxence Maire. They decided to bring together teams specializing in knowledge management and teams dedicated to e-learning conception and development. Since then, KTM Advance continues to provide innovative digital solutions to educational and training related challenges.
In 2007, Valérie Lavergne Boudier joined KTM Advance as the Scientific Director of the company. For the first time, the constructivist pedagogical processes of video games were conceptualized to the ends of formative applications.Still today, “Moonshield” for THALES and “Starbank” for BNP Paribas, successfully launched in 2008, remains as a reference in the field of serious games.

Report on Serious Game during national newscast on France 3, the February 22nd, 2011.
Journal France 3
Industrialization Platform
In 2010 the CM-CIC Capital Finance investment fund provided KTM Advance with 2.5 M€ in funding for its research and development activities. KTM Advance reinforced its production tools in order to best respond to today’s pedagogical issues, and to prepare to those they will face tomorrow.
exemple of KTM's projetcs
The company has mastered the entire processing chain dedicated to training solutions: between 2010 and 2011, KTM Advance multiplied its number of projects by three.
During this period, KTM Advance worked for 68 clients throughout the world, 35 of which have been with the company for over a year. Over 100 projects, including 31 Serious Games, have been finalized, tested, and delivered: 100% operational, with deadlines met and budgets respected.
In 2011, KTM Advance announced the initial figures of its prospection in Germany and in Great Britain.To stay at the forefront, KTM Advance acquired one of the most powerful 3D, real-time platforms in the world, developed specifically for simulation. This technology allows KTM Advance to successfully respond to its clients’ needs.


Projet Edit Up
KTM Advance also decided to complete its made-to-measure offer with a generic offer. This new subsidiary, EditUp©, created in 2012, produces training solutions based on recurrent business challenges such as those pertaining to management, sales, finance, client relations, psychological/sociological and leadership issues.

The Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations (CDC), CM-CIC Capital Finance,
FINORPA and OSEO contribute to this funding.