At ILTACON last year we demonstrated a prototype of our new Electronic Performance Support System – TutorPro Athena. Here is a link to the launch webinar on the 13th of August – Midday US ET!
“TutorPro Athena is a system designed to deliver learning, KM curated information (and indeed any other information that can be referenced in a URL) to the learner exactly when they need it, in a Windows environment. Athena can be curated to be targeted to team-members by experience level, and job role, so that you’re easily and simply delivering only the most relevant information for the end-user to do their job more effectively and efficiently!”
This is all rather conceptual. We’re really excited to be able to give you a first look at what the TutorPro Athena Client will look like to end-users, and how you might use it.
Imagine you have an end-user who is logging in for the first time. You want to ensure that when they access your environment that they are welcomed, and at the same time, that the first thing they do is take some mandatory learning about security awareness:
Now imagine that the first time this new hire opens an email you want to make sure they are aware of the firm policy documentation on email etiquette, know how to use the version of Outlook that your firm has in place, and also be aware of your information security policies:
Until now all these different types of resource have resided in different places in your network and you have had to find multiple routes to the end-user, or multiple routes for the end-user to go find them. Now your team can deliver all these multiple types of resource to the end-user, exactly when you want the end-user to receive them in workflow, intelligently filtered by any parameter in your HRIS.
If you’re interested in how Athena could change the way you manage information delivery, and find efficiencies for you please email firstname.lastname@example.org