New Version of tt performance suite E-Learning Software
Release 2016 puts the focus on “mobile learning”
More than 4,500,000 users already benefit from the software to meet their daily needs for corporate knowledge. tt performance suite is now available in a new version with functions that make it even more flexible in specific customer situations.
An interactive mobile learning experience with tt performance suite
Release 2016 introduces a significant innovation around the subject of “mobile learning” and the optimization of processes involved in creating mobile content. The basis for this is the provision of a library of ready-made functional building blocks called “SmartComponents”. Using modern web technologies, these SmartComponents enable the creation of interaction designs that can run on all types of end-user devices.
tts has also extended the SmartComponent API, allowing the customer to supplement the functional scope of tt performance suite by programming individual building blocks. In combination with further improvements to HTML-5, it is now possible to create highly attractive content for mobile access.
tt performance suite provides the appropriate solution for any learning strategy, regardless of whether learning takes place informally or formally, with content delivered via PC, tablet or smartphone, or as part of a comprehensive approach to performance support.
tts is the leading e-learning provider in Germany. With innovative learning technologies, tts supports its customers in turning knowledge into workplace performance. The portfolio covers the tts software tt performance suite (e-learning authoring & documentation plus performance support) together with talent management (SAP Human Capital Management and SAP SuccessFactors) and corporate learning (training and e-learning). With its corporate HQ in Heidelberg, tts is also represented in nine European cities and the USA. Find out more at www.tt-s.com/en/
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