From mobile apps to eContent and data analytics, digital technologies are transforming the world of learning and development - making it easier for employees to develop new skills while allowing corporates to better understand their staff’s training needs.
Nowhere is this trend more evident than Learning Technologies & Learning Skills 2017, Europe’s largest learning sector exhibition. At this year’s event, Aplana Software showcased its wide range of experience including its work in developing learning management platforms and electronic content libraries.
Aplana’s mobile apps enable people to access learning materials on mobiles and tablets at any place or time, while big data processing and deep data analytics enable employers to gain insight into the skills requirements of their workforce and develop tailored educational programs.
Meanwhile, Aplana’s partner company IT Academy showcased its extensive electronic content library and work with corporates such as BP, Aeroflot, Gazprom Oil. The company has developed its own massive open online course (MOOC) platform, CourseHub.
Another partner company, Logrus Global, demonstrated its skills in translating and localising multimedia presentations such as flash catalogues, video clips, trailers and interactive training courses.
The exhibition on 1-2 February at Olympia in London attracted more than 7,500 delegates from around the world including L&D, HR and recruitment professionals.
Igor Morozov, Aplana Software’s CEO, said Aplana and its partner companies attracted particular attention from visitors with an interest in software development, customisation services and learner behavior analysis.
“This is the first year Aplana Software has exhibited at the Learning Technologies show and we made a strong impact,” he said. “The skills of our developers and our expertise in large-scale distributed projects helped us to stand out from the crowd.”