Tech Talk (July/August 2017)

Find out about the latest advances in training technology.

Accel5, a new micro-learning solution from EBSCO Corporate Solutions, a division of EBSCO Information Services, gives users on-demand access to business resources that can be quickly consumed in five minutes or less. Users can view content in Accel5 anytime, anywhere, and from any device.

Kannetic launched its virtual team coaching platform, a patent-pending approach that helps teams take an agile, ongoing approach to performance improvement.

Pandera Systems, a full-service business intelligence (BI) and analytics solutions provider, launched Agile Analytics, a new offering that allows companies to combine the power of data with the Agile business methodology. Agile Analytics first identifies employees’ and processes’ areas of opportunity and then creates a roadmap to address points of improvement.

Innovation Company introduced HiveMind, a 3-D, tactile way to present and exchange ideas. HiveMind allows each participant to literally see everyone else’s thoughts, each one occupying a space on the colorful honeycomb-style board.

CareerFoundry, a leader in online education, worked with Amazon to build its new Voice Design with Amazon Alexa course to provide user experience (UX) skills for designing intuitive voice-controlled products and apps. The course will be offered as part of The UX School by CareerFoundry when it launches in summer 2017.

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