New Products and Services (June 2023)

The latest products and services launching in the training industry.

  • Talent Solutions Right Management, a global leader in outplacement and career management solutions and part of the ManpowerGroup family of brands, launched PowerSuite Next for Career Transitions. The digital business-to-consumer solution consolidates all of Right Management’s outplacement services into one global platform that provides talent career development and outplacement services with personalized virtual coaching, curated self-help resources, upskilling, and job matching.
  • Thinkific Labs Inc., a platform for creating, marketing, and selling onlinelearning products, launched “Branded Mobile,” a white-labeled custom app development solution for fast-scaling creator educators and enterprise-level businesses. Branded apps offer students a seamless learning experience, providing comprehensive, on-the-go access to course materials, including video, audio, PDF, text and downloadable lessons. Learners also benefit from intuitive lesson navigation and progress tracking. For learning communities, Branded Mobile apps create a “sticky” environment, promoting consistent user activity and engagement through activity feeds and community spaces. Thinkific also launched a fully accessible, mobile solution for creators at any stage of their journey. The Thinkific Mobile App will be made available as a free addition to select paid packages.
  • Muzzy Lane, a global leader in educational simulations, launched SkillBuild, a suite of nine skills-based short courses for any learner to develop soft skills such as critical thinking and collaboration, and earn microcredentials that make those skills visible to employers. Developed in partnership with Education Design Lab, the courses use role-playing simulations that auto-assess the learner’s mastery of each skill.
  • ExpertusONE, a global leader in learning management technology for enterprise-grade corporate learning and development, announced a new learning management system (LMS) unified framework with enhanced features designed for the “boundaryless” workforce. The integrated system combines LMS, Learning Experience Platform (LXP), and Skills platforms. It provides industry-specific vertical solutions delivered as technology “hubs” inside the platform. Its extensible architecture creates seamless learning experiences within commonly used productivity applications such as Salesforce, Slack, and Microsoft Teams. The platform serves as an interface for all training formats (including SCORM, AICC, xAPI, pdfs, Word docs, PPTs, surveys, assessments, gaming, MP4, YouTube, and virtual reality). And it offers personalized content and recommendations using artificial intelligence. For a free demonstration, visit:
  • Skill-building company FutureThink’s new Learning Hub cuts through the clutter so users can quickly learn a power-skill technique, apply it to their actual work, and complete challenges designed to reinforce their new skills or behavior change. Micro-courses—available in seven different languages—feature videos, interactive guides, and retention quizzes. Weekly Skill Challenges extend learning beyond FutureThink’s workshops and keynotes. Through July 30, 2023, new users are invited to request a free demo of the Learning Hub that includes a complimentary micro-course for up to 100 participants.
  • Traliant, an innovator in online compliance training, announced 10 new compliance training courses covering critical Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) topics. The latest additions to Traliant’s library of EHS courses are designed to equip employees with the knowledge and skills to reduce the risk of accidents that can lead to harm and injury, improve workplace safety culture, and safeguard businesses. Traliant’s EHS courses keep employees engaged with interactive content, animated scenario-based videos, and real-world scenarios that can be accessed from anywhere. To learn more, visit the Environmental, Health & Safety course page.
  • Humareso, a provider of Human Resources solutions, launched its Talent Strategy Consulting offering. Key features include: talent acquisition enhancement, performance management optimization, leadership development and succession planning, and employee engagement and retention strategies.
Lorri Freifeld
Lorri Freifeld is the editor/publisher of Training magazine. She writes on a number of topics, including talent management, training technology, and leadership development. She spearheads two awards programs: the Training APEX Awards and Emerging Training Leaders. A writer/editor for the last 30 years, she has held editing positions at a variety of publications and holds a Master’s degree in journalism from New York University.