1 February, 2017
Netex to reveal new leading edge products and partnerships at LT 2017
Netex, a leading supplier of learning technology solutions across Europe will announce a raft of new partnerships and products from its Stand B14 at the Learning Technologies Conference and Exhibition on 1-2 February at Olympia London.
With three new products, including the LT award winning Learning Stories, and new partnerships with Anders Pink and OpenSesame, plus a fact-packed new seminar on Learning Strategy, Netex is aiming to be one of the stars of this year’s LT Exhibition.
Following this, Netex UK Director Mike Byrne will present a new seminar (Theatre T5, 11.00am 1st February) entitled ‘Make your strategy lean and mean for learning in 2017’. This will address changing learner needs and how you can make your learning stand out against the daily bombardment of mobile life. It should be of interest to anyone looking to explore microlearning, gamification or next generation learning platforms at the show.
Explains Mike Byrne: “We’ve been looking at what’s been happening in the online learning sector over the last 12 months. We’ve seen some real shifts in the market. Most importantly, these changes could have a profound effect on today’s learning strategies. I’ll be revealing some of these during this presentation in the hope that it will help learning professionals make their key strategic decisions.”
Day one will also see Netex hold some in-depth stand demonstrations of new products launched within the last few months. At 1.00pm Sumedh Kasare will introduce Netex’s LT award-winning gamification solution Learning Stories. While at 3.00pm, International Business Development Director Ricardo Álvarez will introduce Netex’s brilliant new ‘Agile Factory’ solution. Ricardo will reveal how companies like Repsol have transformed their learning content strategy by adopting a more agile approach to content development.
At 11.00am, the first stand event on day two sees Mike Byrne showing visitors how the latest version of Netex learningCloud can offer a “consumerised” and interoperable approach to delivering learning.
At 1.00pm, Netex welcomes Anders Pink founder Stephen Walsh to the stand. Stephen’s presence marks the official launch of the integration of their content curation application with learningCloud. This is a major event for learningCloud users enabling them to diversify their content delivery strategies.
Finally, Mike Byrne returns at 3.00pm to share Netex’s unique “Smart” approach to content delivery. He will reveal how, by layering content collaboration, authoring, analytics, gamification and personalisation together, it’s possible to deliver more powerful blended online learning experiences.
Commented Ricardo Álvarez: “Learning Technologies is always a great show to be part of. But 2017 will be special for us with so many major new products and partnerships to unveil. Our objective is always to be a leading edge innovative provider of learning technology products. To do that we need to keep abreast of all the latest sector and IT developments. At LT 2017, we’re delighted to be able to give back some of that information via our seminar. But we’ve also got more happening on our stand throughout the show so we’re looking forward to talking to everyone about these all these developments.”