This year at Learning Solutions, we had welcome visits from many interested folks in the e-Learning industry who were curious about iSpring products and what they could do to empower their workflow. Naturally, in an expo environment, there’s a limited amount of time to chat; thus, after the conference, we set up a series of webinars to go into greater detail about iSpring products’ unique contribution to e-Learning.
We were quite pleased with the turnout at our webinars, and even more pleased that we were able to answer the questions of attendees. Here’s our Top 5:
What separates iSpring from Articulate and Adobe?
Naturally, this is a question we get a lot. Of course, during a webinar, we go into much greater detail about what sets iSpring apart, but for our website visitors, we’ve prepared this handy chart for comparison with the latest and greatest products on the market.
This year, Learning Solutions Conference and Expo 2015 was even bigger and better than ever before, with 100+ concurrent sessions and a trifecta of keynotes, featured panels, and learning stages. The Expo was a pleasure for us as always, and we were excited to bring some of our latest innovations to share with attendees. With 64 vendors and 1600+ attendees, there was plenty of action for everybody! We were pleased to see the way that many long-time iSpring users and newcomers alike reacted to the news of iSpring 7.1 and iSpring Cloud, the brand-new hosted presentation sharing platform.
Are you pumped up for the Learning Solutions conference in sunny Orlando? We certainly are. It’ll be awesome to see old friends and new faces stopping by our booth to chat. For us, the hot topic around the watercooler these days is the upcoming release of iSpring Suite 7.1, a revolution in content conversion, hosting, and sharing. If you plan to be in the neighborhood, we’ll be excited to see you at booth #307 so we can tell you more about these hot new features:
It takes decades for some traditions to become a fixture. We’re taking tiny steps on the way to creating a new tradition: to sum up what we have accomplished in the concluding year, and to turn one’s regard to the future.
As New Year’s Eve 2015 approaches, it’s time to take a moment to reflect on the events and accomplishments of the past year, and to formulate some resolutions for the year to come. Here at iSpring, we have plenty in both categories; so, we’re happy to share with you what we’ve done in the past year.
This is it: the big day! Time to gather around under the tree, the first rays of the sun piercing the misty, crispy dawn sky, children’s eyes round as saucers and gleaming with delight. No need to think about the brown, piny, needle-shedding hulk you have to drag out onto the street later: now is the magic moment! Put away the cameras, phones, and tablets — these memories are for human eyes, not the cold digital sensor of a plastic box in front of your face. Today, hands are for hugging, opening presents, playing music, and stuffing yourself with goodies. (Or for rubbing together in anticipation of any of the preceding.)
Thanksgiving is a great holiday to recall all the good things that happened to you this year and that you are thankful for.
The cosmos has always inspired people. Infinite space, constellations and nebulas, millions of galaxies… However, in the end of October all eyes were captivated by just one thing – the new Learning Universe. Hundreds of people were thrilled to explore it at DevLearn 2014.
The iSpring Solutions team is always excited to attend the annual Mobile Learning Conference & Expo, and this year was no exception. mLearnCon 2014 was held in San Diego, California this past June. For those not familiar with the conference, mLearnCon focuses on helping individuals make sense of the wide array of emerging mobile technologies, as well as understanding proven strategies for integrating mobile into your training and development mix and learning best practices for designing, developing, and delivering successful mobile learning and performance support. Whether you are working in a corporate, academic, or government setting—whether you’re focused on setting the strategy or leading the development effort—whether you’re new to mLearning or have been at it for some time—attendees of mLearnCon find the ideas, information, and connections they need to succeed in an ever developing industry.
Each year, the ASTD International Conference & Expo is an event not to be missed by those in the learning, and training & development industry. ASTD ICE 2014 was no exception. Each aspect of the industry is covered for every level of practitioner. At ASTD 2014, more than 9,000 learning colleagues from around the globe met in Washington, D.C. to share best practices and insights. Attendees learned from world-renowned thought leaders, and industry luminaries on current and future trends, and found out how to apply them on the job to get results. ASTD 2014 provided the tools and resources necessary to move you and your organization forward, and iSpring was honored not only to be in attendance, but to also be able to partner with our awesome clients, A.D.A.M., a business unit of Ebix for a workshop on the topic “Bleeding edge no more! Time to begin training in HTML5.”
This year’s conference went very well; the organization of the event earned our A+ as usual. We had a lot of fun and at the same time were able to network, meet new people, and talk to our existing clients.
Earlier this month, the iSpring team thoroughly enjoyed three days in the beautiful Orlando, FL for the Saba Global Summit “At Work 2014.” Roughly 800 customer attendees and 30 partners from all over the world participated in stimulating sessions about the impact of SABA’s LMS. Sessions also discussed partner solutions on learning and training in the workforce.
iSpring was a content gold sponsor at this event. We had a great time exhibiting our learning solutions authoring tools at our booth, which was headed by our very own Clay Moore, iSpring Director of Sales, as well as, iSpring’s Sale Manager, Elena Golovina. Meeting our current customers in person and getting to introduce new customers to iSpring’s offerings is always such a wonderful experience, and one we are truly grateful for.