NetDimensions Talent Slate 2.5 – what’s new?

At NetDimensions, our technical team is passionate about adding new capabilities to our products and giving you even more value in Talent Slate, NetDimensions’ acclaimed native mobile application for high-consequence industries.

As part of this ambition, we’re excited to tell you about the latest improvements to our award-winning app for mobile phones and tablets, which now includes additional online features and more offline functions.

One of the reasons why NetDimensions Talent Slate has consistently been recognised as one of the world’s best learning apps is our commitment to continually improving the experience for our users.

In our latest version, Talent Slate 2.5, we’ve enhanced the flexibility of the app and introduced several new features to help you offer even more in your mobile learning and on-the-job performance support.

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Let’s tell you a bit more about what it offers.

How mobile devices can transform your learning

Knowledge-building on the go and improved retention are a couple of the big benefits mobile devices can bring to your learning. In this blog, we’ll touch upon some of the sectors in which mobile learning is revolutionizing training, and highlight a few of the great advantages it gives you and your team.

At their worst, mobile devices distract us from work and take the blame for shortening attention spans [1]. At their best, they dramatically enhance the way we work and make almost all aspects of training easier.

Used wisely, mobile devices are a powerful tools, whether you want to improve collaboration in the creation of eLearning courses or give learners just-in-time compliance information on the other side of the world.

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Talent Suite 13.2 offers NetDimensions users even more talent management features

NetDimensions Talent Suite is renowned for offering sophisticated talent management solutions for highly-regulated industries, and the new version of the software platform will give customers even more features when it launches in November 2017.

The next step in the continuous development of the software will incorporate Amazon Web Services, the market leader for security, reliability and delivering top-quality learning content, as part of Talent Suite 13.2.

[Webinar Recording] Transforming your learning strategy with a mobile LMS

Our latest webinar featured Scott Tompkins, NetDimensions’ Mobile Development Manager, and Garfield Bolt, NetDimensions’ Inside Sales Representative, providing their insights on the role of mobile devices in an effective eLearning strategy.

Since you can pretty much count on all your employees owning some form of portable technology, it’s important that they have the ability to access eLearning on their preferred mobile device. If you haven’t already, it’s time to shift your focus to an LMS with mobile capability.

6 hassle-free ways to switch to a new LMS

If your organization has used the same Learning Management System (LMS) for a long time, switching to a new system can seem like a daunting prospect, particularly if your workforce is comfortable with your existing LMS. In a new NetDimensions Insight, we’ll show you how to make the change smoothly.

Learning leaders are often held back from enjoying all the benefits of a modern, optimized learning management system, instead finding themselves working with an old LMS which lacks the capability to enable the kind of eLearning which can accelerate organizational success.