It’s critical that we give our customers the loudest voice in determining product enhancements and overall direction
Portland, OR (PRWEB) August 1, 2006
QMIND, Inc. today announced the Summer 2006 Update release to its Design Collaboration Platform used by e-learning and creative design professionals to streamline team-based content development and management. The update includes several new multimedia production capabilities, an open Flash API, and usability enhancements.
Originally released in October of 2005, QMIND's design collaboration software addresses struggles that are commonly faced by e-learning and marketing design teams: improving collaboration on storyboard design, managing the review and feedback cycle of digital assets, and speeding production of storyboards into interactive Flash content. QMIND offers its web-based platform on a per user subscription basis.
Some of the new features in the update include: conversion of MS Word documents into interactive Flash multimedia, enhanced tools for creating non-linear (user-driven) branching navigation, and an API enabling Flash programmers to extend the multimedia production capabilities of QMIND.
“QMIND continues to push the envelope of what’s possible with web-based applications,” said CEO, Michael Berkley. “The power of QMIND’s server-based multimedia production engine rivals that of desktop production tools and beats the pants off of traditional enterprise content management systems. This gives distributed project teams a huge advantage in both content quality and time-to-market.”
The release of this product update follows an extensive QMIND customer feedback program, involving interviews and focus groups. “It’s critical that we give our customers the loudest voice in determining product enhancements and overall direction,” said Kim Ramage, QMIND’s Vice President of Customer Operations.
QMIND, Inc. develops and markets web-based software enabling teams to collaboratively design, review, and publish interactive multimedia for training and marketing. QMIND’s Design Collaboration Platform is the world’s first team-based multimedia design platform addressing specific needs of internal and geographically distributed creative teams. QMIND is headquartered in Portland, Oregon with sales associates in Washington, D.C.; Austin, Texas; and Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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