NetDimensions had an amazing week at the Human Resource Executive Technology Conference and Exposition (or HR Tech as it’s often called) in Las Vegas, where nearly 400 HR technology product and service providers came together to share ideas and showcase their areas of expertise.
The role of the Learning Management System (LMS) in today’s environment is primarily to manage training administration, classroom training, scheduling of courses, mandatory compliance training and certifications. But the world of online learning goes way beyond the LMS – there are other parts of the learning infrastructure that are being handled by other systems.
It’s essential that your LMS can integrate easily with other systems to make sure your organization is ready for the world of digital learning. Most organizations expect their LMS provider to help them connect with other systems but there is not a lot of LMS integration actually occurring.
Moody’s Analytics, a risk management solutions provider to global capital markets, and NetDimensions won the Gold award for the Best Enterprise Learning Platform Implementation category at the 2016 Learning Technologies Awards.
Our team started 2015 in full speed all over the world.
In London, we were a sponsor at Learning Technologies 2015. George Walker, our director of Global Services, gave a “Back to the Future”-inspired presentation: “From small data to big data – the benefits of learning and talent analytics.”
Liam Butler, our EMEA GM, participated in a Google Hangout session with Matt Wicks, CTO of Dreamtek. The session focused on the future of Learning Management Systems, and it was moderated by Don Taylor, Chairman of the Learning Technologies Conference. You can catch the recording of the session here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FC2mxRD3VRc
In Karlsruhe, we exhibited at Learntec 2015 with our messaging around high-consequence industries resonating very well with the audience. Dirk Flaskamp, one of our Sales Directors in Germany, gave a presentation at the “Anwenderforum”(User forum) on “Talent Management for Everyone.” Our focus was on why organizations should really focus their Learning & Development programs to the middle employees instead of just their top talent. We were also delighted to meet up with a few of our German clients, like tesa, SEW-EURODRIVE & Fresenius Medical Care.
In January we exhibited and attended Learning Technologies 2012 at Olympia Hall in London. In the context of this event, we gave a popular presentation on the future of LMS. Here is a link to the slides from this presentation: LMS: Evolution or Extinction.