Cloud-based training 3.0


Courseplay, a cloud-based software enabling quick and affordable online training management and engagement for employees across diverse sectors, has launched an upgraded version of its software, Courseplay 3.0. The latest version introduces progressive features like a performance tracker, digital signature-based login support and data analytics using IMB’s Watson supercomputer to create personality profiles for recruitment candidates and employees.

The recent addition to the software— performance tracker — allows trainees to define their professional goals, monitor their progress and track whether the outcome of their training achieves organisational objectives. With this feature, employees can view individual tasks allotted to them, track their completion, self-assess progress, and have their managers review their performance. In addition, managers will be able to correlate the real-world performance of employees with their learning outcomes.

It also employs Security Assertion Markup Language Single Sign-on, a standard protocol which eliminates multiple passwords and instead allows the end user to enter their credentials only once in order to access multiple applications. The IBM’s Watson Personality Insights offers a set of core analytics for discovering actionable insights on employees and is based on the psychology of language in combination with data analytics algorithms. The programme analyses the content that one sends and returns a personality profile for the author of the input.

Commenting on the announcement, CEO, Arjun Gupta said: “The update builds on our existing capabilities through new features that will enable the entire organisation to achieve their business goals through a unified platform. We want to help CEOs answer the question — ‘If I spend $1 on training how will it impact my bottom line?’ Our employee engagement solutions comprise of innovative and unique activities like selfie-contests and other employee engagement.”



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