Tech Talk (March/April 2017)

Find out about the latest advances in training technology.
  • Temple University’s Fox School of Business incorporated into its curriculum the use of DevelapMe, a competency-based, real-time feedback app developed by two faculty members and one administrator that aims to reimagine the performance review process. DevelapMe allows for the capture and application of feedback in order to track improvement and professional development.
  • sndr launched sndrBlock, a palmsized device that solves the challenges of security risks, slow Internet speeds, message perpetuity, and file-size limits. Message senders now can decide who has the right to save, print, copy, forward, and stash messages and content, ensuring the intended recipient is the only digital recipient.
  • Pandera Systems, a business intelligence (BI) and analytics solutions provider, launched its new enterprise tool, E.C.O. (Educate, Collaborate, Optimize). E.C.O. is a customer success platform for the analytics industry, driving role advancement, solution and technical collaboration, and on-demand support through micro-services.
  • Capabiliti, the platform promoted by Qustn Technologies, launched Capabiliti Wizards, a technology-based, device-agnostic platform that allows companies to put up their content seamlessly and train anyone on-the-go. The first wave solves the problems of sales, product, and compliance trainings, as well as allows conducting ready-to-use assessments, surveys, and feedback internally.
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