PRN: Tata Interactive Systems Launches LearNOW[TM]- a Complete Mobile Learning Ecosystem
Tata Interactive Systems Launches LearNOW[TM]- a Complete Mobile Learning Ecosystem
MUMBAI, India, May 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
LearNow[TM] will enable your organization to rapidly leverage mobile platforms for best of breed solutions in learning and employee support.
Tata Interactive Systems, a pioneer and global leader in developing innovative learning solutions, has developed LearNow[TM], an advanced, state-of-the-art mobile learning platform to address mobile learning needs of organizations.
LearNow[TM] enables creation of dynamic learning path for the user, rapidly deploys learning content, tracks learner performance, and creates assessments on the fly on mobile platforms. Organizations with a significant mobile or shop floor workforce stand to benefit immensely by adopting LearNow[TM].
LearNow[TM] can be used for a wide range of applications. Organisations can improve their sales performance by using LearNow[TM] to rapidly deploy training for selling new products, customer interaction guides, and step-by-step guides for deploying the sales process.
Organisations from the manufacturing sector can use LearNow[TM] to deploy step-by-step guides to install new products thereby achieving lower installation time. Â LearNow[TM] can also help to lower maintenance and repair time of machines by its Totally Advanced Performance (TAP) system that loads specific job guides when the user scans QR codes affixed on machines or components.
Adopting LearNow[TM] for mobile learning will benefit organizations immensely by helping them to achieve better productivity, better compliance ratios and lesser time-to-competence of workforce. The rapid deployment of learning and maximized face time of employees with learning assets ensures better course adoption and completion rates and thus lesser errors. What makes LearNow[TM] all the more attractive is that adoption costs are as low as US$ 1 per person, per month.
"We are excited to offer LearNow[TM] to our clients. We are confident that it will address all their problems in the challenges of supporting and training employees who are mobile and thereby have a significant and measurable impact on their business", says Kshitij Nerurkar, Chief Operating Officer, Tata Interactive Systems.
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About Tata Interactive Systems:
Tata Interactive Systems (TIS) is the world's leading developer of learning solutions. TIS' learning solutions are designed to enable organizational initiatives across industry verticals including Education; Government and Defense; Telecommunications and ICT; Pharmaceuticals and Health Care; Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance; Airlines, Transportation, Logistics, and Hospitality; Consumer Package Goods; and Manufacturing, Energy, and Construction.
With a team of over 800 multi-disciplinary specialists, TIS creates 3000+ hours of learning content across 220+ concurrent projects every year. TIS' solutions have proven their effectiveness at more than 60 Fortune 500 companies, leading educational institutions, and government departments.
TIS is the only learning solutions organization in the world to be assessed at Level 5 in both the SEI-CMM and P-CMM frameworks. Its solutions have won prestigious awards including Brandon Hall, APEX, BETT, and BIMA.
Areas of Business
TIS caters to three segments - Corporate, Education, and Government. It offers clients learning solutions that include:
The scope of TIS' learning solutions encompasses on-boarding, sales training, process training, product training, curriculum design, assessments, soft skills training, and technical training.
TIS has development centers in Germany, Switzerland, and India. Its sales and marketing operations span the US, Canada, the UK, mainland Europe, Australia, New Zealand, the Middle East, and India.
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