Unleesh is as easy and dynamic to use as a social network, but has powerful learning principals at its core.
Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) April 29, 2015
Unleesh, LLC has announced the release of it’s new Unleesh mobile app that revolutionizes the way companies can empower employees and customers to deeply understand their business, products and services.
The new Unleesh IOS/Android app allows companies to easily and quickly transform traditional static training materials, videos and promotional content into effective, bite-size interactive chunks that live in a social environment.
Users learn, collaborate and share what they experience through photos, videos and text. Features include learning “Paths”, profiles, event creation and management, team and individual instant messaging, email, social streams, and gamification for learning activities – all centered around a company’s learning or promotional plan.
Companies simply deliver or point to the content they want shared and Unleesh creates the interactive Path.
“Traditional learning systems haven’t changed in years and remain a one-way street,” Unleesh Founder Saul Garlick said. “Unleesh is as easy and dynamic to use as a social network, but has powerful learning principals at its core. Unleesh should be a huge wake up call to the entire Learning Management System industry.”
Paths can be public or private, allowing companies the option to either train employees in a closed, secure setting or reach out to customers globally – or both at the same time.
Since launching as a company in Oct. 2014, Unleesh has built more than 100 learning, training and customer Paths for dozens of organizations, including Univision, Stanford University, O2X, Young Americans Center for Financial Education, Global Brigades, Youth Business USA, Guilford College, Girls For A Change and Think Impact.
Unleesh is a training and education technology platform company co-founded by entrepreneur Saul Garlick, online startup veteran Travis Henry and Disney sales alum Emily Garlick.
The Unleesh platform began as an experiential learning app used by Saul Garlick’s social entrepreneurship company Think Impact and quickly morphed into a tool that can be used by any company.
Launched in Oct. 2014, Unleesh has already built more than 100 learning Paths for dozens of organizations.