Products & Services (Jan/Feb 2017)
Live H2H launched a new free enterprise-grade interaction platform that offers an end-to-end videoconferencing solution for businesses and other organizations to meet their videoconferencing needs, including recruiting and interviewing, hosting Webinars, conducting internal and external online meetings, as well as corporate trainings, and other online interaction experiences.
Allego, a mobile video sales learning platform, released Allego 4.0, which includes the “Flash Drills” feature—a new reinforcement learning capability that helps sales reps better retain knowledge through the game-like use of flashcards and spaced-repetition learning. Sales managers also can create courses—structured curriculum learning that follows an automated syllabus of video and e-learning content—within a single integrated platform.
Achieve Forum announced four new digital learning offerings for mid-level managers: Dilemma Management, Adapting to Constant Change, Influencing Outcomes Through Others, and Delegating for Shared Success. Each Achieve Forum solution includes assessment and measurement capabilities.
Comparably introduced “Career Matching,” a platform that monitors the tech job market for career matches, salary data, and company ratings.
- Linux Academy launched an open, no-cost edition of its user community (the community previously was available to members only). Users have access to select courses, how-to guides, study groups, and student-created note card decks.