Trident Technical College Replaces Legacy Video Learning Platform with YuJa’s All-in-One Video Content Management Solution

SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Trident Technical College in Charleston, South Carolina, has chosen YuJa, Inc. to replace its former video learning platform, Techsmith Knowmia, after the company announced it would no longer provide video hosting for business education. Trident Technical College also wanted to replace the use of a number of other disparate systems with a centrally supported and maintained solution.

With the YuJa enterprise video platform, the institution will be able to take advantage of an all-in-one tool to record, edit, caption and distribute videos, as well as provide quizzes, ability to embed videos and media in D2L Brightspace, the institution’s learning space. Management System (LMS), and will have access to other tools that will increase interactivity and foster collaboration.

“We know migrating any technology tool can be a challenge, so we strive to make the process as seamless as possible,” said Nathan Arora, Chief Commercial Officer. “Our teams have worked diligently to migrate data and connect courses so that instructors and students can focus on teaching and learning.”


Located in Charleston, South Carolina, Trident Technical College is a two-year, multi-campus public institution that provides quality education and promotes economic development in Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester counties. The institution offers more than 150 degree programs, as well as an online college and an evening college. Trident Technical College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to grant associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates.


YuJa is a leader in ed-tech solutions. Our platforms provide organizations of all sizes with the tools to educate, engage, inspire and collaborate. We serve learning enterprises in all sectors, including higher education, K-12, government, healthcare, nonprofits, and corporations.

We are headquartered in Delaware with primary US offices in Silicon Valley, California and Canadian offices in Toronto

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