One of the largest organizations in India used to regularly conduct 3 day trainings for senior management. This training covered more than 200 senior executives every year. The live interaction was crucial and hence this training could not be made completely asynchronous. The training involved serious planning, logistic costs, trainers’ involvement and most importantly time commitment of the attendees. The dema
One of India’s largest financial services provider adopted kPoint to automate its sales training. The result was a dramatic reduction in training time. The client is an Indian financial services company offering vehicle finance, home loans, SME loans, and a variety of other financial services. The company operates from over…
A multinational company lowered potential revenue losses and improved employee retention rates by optimizing engagement of new employees with the help of kPoint.
Disclaimer information used in this blog is constructed from publicly available content about Microsoft Stream at the time of writing. In July 2016, Microsoft launched Stream, its business video service that aims to give businesses that want to share video internally the same kind of tools and flexibility that YouTube…
The last decade has seen the emergence of two technologies that have gone on to become pervasive in learning: the Learning Management System (LMS) and video. The LMS is now integral to learning management, allowing institutions and organizations to provide their learners with informational content and learning resources. It is an effective way for subject matter experts to create, deliver, and manage their content, as well as monitor participation and assess performance among learners.
Using any cloud based collaboration and content management solution requires careful consideration of potential security threats and the resultant business risks. Before deploying any such application, there are certain business security needs that must typically be addressed.
While communicating using videos is fast becoming a norm, only those videos that are crisp and clear can make an impact. With average attention spans at such an all-time low that even a goldfish can hold a thought longer, making an impact through your communication has become all the more challenging. It is here that the use of video becomes all the more imperative in grabbing attention and being able to deliver your message in a very short span of time.
Thermax Limited (Thermax) has chosen kPoint for its channel training programs. Thermax, an energy-environment solutions provider, needs to transfer lot of product, process and business related information to its channel partners. This challenge is compounded due to time-critical nature of the information. When delivered in a timely manner, this information directly impacts the project costing as well as profitability. To address these requirements, Thermax has chosen to use kPoint, an internet-based communication product from Pune-based kPoint Technologies.
Watch Allwyn Dsilva, Associate Director, Capability and Skill Development at Tata Communications talk about how kPoint has enabled their employees from all over the globe to connect, communicate and collaborate better.