We are super excited to release a bleeding edge workforce readiness platform using AI and multi-modal delivery to personalize the learning experience. This will increase learner engagement so that organizations and their employees can achieve their goals, objectives and KPI’s
AUSTIN, Texas (PRWEB) February 14, 2019
QuickStart has announced the release of its flagship workforce readiness platform – CLIPP 3.0.
The previous version of the platform came equipped with AI curated content capability, multi-modality delivery and static learning paths. The new release goes three steps further with features such as:
- AI learning assistant (Ask Ed)
- Voice Activated Learning (VAL)
- Bite-Sized learning
- Personalized learning experience using AI based on competencies
“US Organizations invested $70B plus in 2018 in training their employees and most of L&D and functional managers are confused about the ROI on that investment. Some believe it is to create a learning culture, some believe it is to retain employees and others believe it is to motivate employees. In my opinion, the purpose of training is to make sure your workforce is ready to meet its goals, objectives and KPI’s. We are super excited to release a bleeding edge workforce readiness platform using AI and multi-modal delivery to personalize the learning experience. This will increase learner engagement so that organizations and their employees can achieve their goals, objectives and KPI’s,” says Ed Sattar, CEO of QuickStart.
“Our research shows that 50% of the IT professionals of today prefer self-paced learning, 23% prefer virtual classrooms, 14% virtual labs, 9% in-person training, and 3% prefer other methods of training. Our vision is to create world class technologists and the only way that is possible is by converting training into a high impact, personalized learning experience.” He added.
“Although we had had an AI integrated with our platform for almost two years, now we are able to track which modality learners spend most of their time on to learn new skills. We can also track informal training sources such as social media, webinars, events, blogs, case studies etc. We have also cracked the code in bite-sized micro-learning segments using AI, which helps learners with just-in-time quick learning experience,” says Joseph Winters, leading the CLIPP Platform for QuickStart.
“Workforce readiness is about having the right staff, with the right skills, with the right cost at the right time. Most of the organizations don’t have a tool that can help identify workforce readiness gaps and help close those gaps. This presents a huge challenge to L&D professionals and IT managers as they plan to upskill their teams. There is no one method of training that can be considered a clear winner. Training is inherently something for which everyone has their own preferences. That is why, an intelligent platform that can be personalized to cater to the needs of the organization as well as the many individuals working for that organization is needed, and that’s exactly what we have achieved here.” Added Faisal Khwaja, the VP of technology.
With the new set of features, QuickStart aims to gain never-seen-before levels of learner engagement. The platform has been released to current customers and is available for demo on demand.
QuickStart is an Austin based Microsoft Gold Partner accredited by Cisco, NetApp, ITIL, CompTIA, and EC Council. The organization uses its proprietary learning methodology and workforce readiness platform. The platform maximizes IT workforce readiness by personalizing adaptive learning using AI and multi-modal to meet IT goals & objectives.