Denver, Colo., Jan 24, 2017 – Xyleme’s latest content platform, Xy5, was unveiled at Learning Technologies a year ago and is hitting Dell’s bottom line in a number of positive ways. David Cameron, Director of Learning Innovation and Technology, will be speaking on Wednesday at 14:45 in Theatre 7 about how Dell transformed their global content delivery process and the impact it is having on their business.
“Dell is not unique. Most global organizations are faced with similar challenges. How can they produce content in the native language of their learners in time to intercept important events like new product introductions, or critical business changes? Not without a clear content strategy and enabling technology like Xyleme,” comments Leslie Farinella, VP Customer Success at Xyleme.
Xyleme’s CEO Greg Schottland also commented on the recent announcement that Xyleme has been recognized again by leading UK Analyst Fosway as a Strategic Challenger in the Authoring Systems 9-Grid™ this year. “It is our innate ability to work with clients like Dell that require global, enterprise solutions around learning content. Content is at the heart of everyone’s learning programs, and without a strategic approach to managing, producing and distributing content, most organizations are wasting precious resources and time. Xyleme customers can turn around content changes in multiple languages in days vs. months. That is significant.”
Attendees at the Learning Technologies Exhibition are encouraged to attend David’s presentation and to visit the Xyleme stand N12 sometime during the show to identify their content challenges on a life-sized pain meter. Those that do will have a chance to consult with Ms. Farinella, see a short product demo and get a chance to win a wireless speaker.
If you would like to setup an appointment in advance, please email Business Development Manager Cindy Bequeaith