With our Offline Player companies can ensure valuable training materials are always accessible regardless of an employee or client’s location or connection.
(PRWEB) May 24, 2016
Content Raven, the company that created the first Enterprise Content Enablement Platform for training, sales and customer success, today announced general availability of its Offline Player. With Offline Player students, employees and other content consumers can easily access video, presentations, documents and rich media, all without Internet connectivity. Learning & Development professionals attending ATD 2016 can learn more about Content Raven’s platform and Offline Player at Booth 1450.
The business world depends on sufficient bandwidth and a strong Internet connection. In the office, that is usually not an issue, which is one reason why as an industry we have embraced video-based training without concern for student accessibility. But in fact, mobile and global employees face bandwidth and connectivity issues throughout the day. With training increasingly focused on just-in-time, situational experiences delivered via video and audio and on mobile devices, companies need to circumvent bandwidth and connectivity issues and make certain that their training materials are accessible offline.
Content Raven’s Content Enablement Platform with Offline Player ensures students, employees and clients have access to up-to-date, secure and relevant videos, podcasts, documents, interactive games and rich media whether they are in the office with a strong Internet connection and plenty of bandwidth or in the coffee shop, on the airplane, or across the globe.
Content Raven provides the only platform for companies that want to use a single solution to increase the business value and effectiveness of content. Content Raven with Offline Player provides the same user experience, analytics and performance-level as if it were online. Offline Player is accessible on any device and supports all file types. It also provides the following business benefits:
Saves Bandwidth – By viewing and accessing large files, such as videos and interactive games offline, employees do not put stress on office bandwidth, and are not impeded by bandwidth limitations outside of the office.
Increases Productivity and Makes Effective Use of Downtime – Now employees that are on the move and without an Internet connection are still able to access the training materials they need to close their next deal, be prepared for their next meeting, or meet certification or training requirements.
Enables Global Access of Information – Global enterprises with offices in emerging locations are more likely to suffer connectivity and bandwidth issues in the office. Offline Player ensures training materials do not drain bandwidth and can be quickly delivered in any environment.
Supports easy classroom-based training – Now companies can conduct large-scale in-classroom instructor-led training without worry of connectivity and Internet speed issues.
Fully-Customized Viewer – Branding is integral to any enterprise company’s business strategy, Content Raven allows organizations to apply their own template and viewer, ensuring a consistent experience whether on or offline.
“Connectivity and bandwidth issues are among the biggest challenges of effectively training a mobile workforce,” said Joe Moriarty, CEO of Content Raven. “With our Offline Player companies can ensure valuable training materials are always accessible regardless of an employee or client’s location or connection.”
To learn more and experience Content Raven’s Enterprise Content Enablement Platform in action, visit: http://try.contentraven.com/offline-player/
About Content Raven
Content Raven is the first Enterprise Content Enablement Platform. Our unified platform for securely delivering, tracking, and managing videos, rich media files, and documents enables high-value, productive content experiences more than 300,000 users at enterprise companies around the globe. Employees, partners, and customers benefit from anywhere, anytime information access while content creators and managers maintain complete control of intellectual property.