Training Today: Products and Services (May/June 2012)

The latest products and services launching in the training industry.

>> Qumu, a business video platform provider, released the Qumu Video Control Center Professional Edition, a targeted solution for AV broadcast departments. The Qumu VCC Professional Edition is a central management system that allows editors to easily contribute, share, and track videos during the post-production process.

>> CareerCurve LLC, a GSA-certified provider of career transition services, now offers a veteran career transition program. This program will help in preparing and building a job search strategy that maximizes returning veterans’ skills, experience, and interest. Visit

>> Chief introduced the new WBM2 Series Micro-Adjustable Whiteboard Mount that allows users to install a new interactive board over pre-existing chalkboards and dry erase boards without causing damage. The WBM2 Series features a three-step set-up process and multiple post-installation adjustments to achieve ideal positioning.

>> BetterWeekdays (, an exclusive online community for MBA alumni (and alumni to be) from top-tier business schools, introduced its platform to the public. BetterWeekdays aims to build a community of MBA professionals for the purposes of leadership development, relevant connections, and career enhancement. Founded by Kellogg School of Management alum Chris Motley, BetterWeekdays centralizes the alumni networks of the MBA programs through LinkedIn and Facebook integration.

>> FRONTROW released its new touch-screen control panel for EZROOM AV control systems. The new product (model CB6000) organizes all classroom device control into a single screen and gives IT administrators remote and scheduled control of practically any device over the network.

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