New York, NY (PRWEB) July 11, 2012
Digital Media Training introduces new leadership team members – Joan Loewy as the Vice President of Sales and Russ Engoran as the Vice President and Director of eLearning/mLearning.
Joan Loewy is the Vice President of Sales. She has over 20 years of sales management experience in building and leading high performance sales teams for one of the largest learning and development organizations as well as a number of internet development and IT consulting companies. Her experience in sales leadership, management, profit and loss center, customer support and technology in multiple industry verticals will be a huge asset to Digital Media Training.
Russ Engoran is Vice President, and Director of eLearning at Digital Media Training. He draws on more than 15 years of industry experience as an eLearning instructional designer, developer and facilitator at Fortune 500 companies. Recognized as an expert in all areas of eLearning/mLearning standards, programming and implementation, his opinion and innovative approach to learning technology solutions is often sought out by peers in a variety of industries and he brings a wealth of humor and learning insight to the DMT team.
Digital Media Training offers a unique solution, Multimedia Ongoing Skills Training (M.O.S.T); Ongoing training via 5 minute video pod-casts and emails that help apply each skill. Achieve increased productivity and improve selling skills with a measureable, cost-effective, multimedia training process where learning continues on the job and is reinforced by coaches. Results - top performers and increased revenues.
Recognizing that training budgets and training time is limited, DMT accomplishes the goal of creating measureable improvement of skills and productivity by replacing “a training event” with a cost-effective multi-phase, multi-media training process where learning continues out of the classroom and “just in time” on the job. Training becomes part of the culture, learning is ongoing and training costs are significantly reduced.