Mobilizing for Mobile:
The Challenges and Opportunities Learning Decision Makers Need to Know
Date and TimeWed, Sep 11, 2013 at 10AM Pacific / 1PM Eastern
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Join us for this complimentary Webinar, sponsored by Aptara, and discover the key challenges organizations need to understand and address before taking their content mobile. In this Webinar, guest speakers Mike Stacy, executive vice president of Mobile Solutions, and Nailesh Sampat, vice president of Design Solutions, Aptara, will explore four of the most common issues confronted by learning organizations considering mobile deployment:
- BYOD (bring your own device) from a content developer’s perspective. If allowing employees to be trained on their own personal devices, what conversation do you need to have with your IT department?
- How to make legacy content mobile-friendly and the difference between content conversion and content redevelopment
- Filling the gap between ILT and WBT. How best to take flat content - such as training manuals – mobile and make them engaging
- Preparing new content to support the range of potential devices
About Nailesh Sampat
About Mike Stacy
Mike leads Aptara’s mobile content development and delivery initiatives. Having previously led Aptara’s global sales organization and eLearning business unit, Mike has a proven track record in growing business units and driving sizeable opportunities in new markets. As the head of Mobile Solutions, he is responsible for leveraging Aptara’s content technology, mobile, HTML5, and interactive teams of subject matter experts and developers to support mobile solution sales across the publishing and corporate market segments. He joined the company in November of 2006 and has over 25 years of experience growing profitable global service sales, developing next-generation client relationships and delivering improved customer satisfaction.
Prior to Aptara Mike was part of the executive team at PRIMEDIA, where he developed innovative learning delivery and documentation solutions, growing revenues to $75M, and leading a team of 125 sales and support personnel. Mike also led sales efforts at Ninth House Networks, an eLearning company, growing its customer base by 300%. Prior to Ninth House Networks, Mike held senior management roles at Thomson Learning and Crisp Learning.