The acquisition enables A Pass to add educational translation and transadaptation services to its content development services
A Pass Educational Group, LLC (A Pass), a national leader in custom education content development, has acquired Victory Productions, another leading content development house for learning companies and organizations. With this acquisition, A Pass has added high-quality educational language translation services in Spanish and other languages to its portfolio of K-12 and higher education offerings.
A Pass partners with educational publishers and higher education institutions to create customized, high-quality content that effectively engages learners at all levels, using its network of 2,400 plus content-area expert associates. The acquisition will expand the company’s service offerings across subject areas, in-house expertise, and client base.
With a 25-year history of providing high-quality learning products while working with companies such as Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Pearson, McGraw Hill, and Cengage, Victory Productions began developing educational materials to teach English as a second language. It has grown to include a world languages department capable of offering translational and transadaptational services geared specifically to the nuanced needs and educational environment of educators and students.
Victory customers can expect to enjoy the same customer service experience and satisfaction they’ve come to expect, along with access to new services under A Pass, including e-learning development, though the Victory Productions brand name will be dissolved.
“A Pass and Victory Productions share so much, from expertise to values to a proven record of success,” said A Pass founder and CEO Andrew Pass. “We look forward to bringing them seamlessly together with complementary services to ensure that same kind of success for our customers and the educators and students they work with.”
“It’s been an honor to have the opportunity to build Victory Productions and help millions of students achieve their educational goals over the last 25 years,” said Victoria Porras, founder and CEO of Victory Productions. “I’ve known Andrew for many years, and as I stand on the eve of retirement I can’t think of anyone I trust more to build on what we worked toward at Victory and take it into the future.”