Cheltenham, United Kingdom, November 27, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Using VWorld platforms like the HVE World Builder enables the roll out of highly interactive online workshops with embedded online games, and links to competency assessments. Enterprise Study has partnered with HVE to enable the scheduling of HVE Virtual Sessions as well as the ability to launch and record the results from online games.
The Host a Virtual Event (HVE) platform is really easy to set up and users can access it from their URL anytime and from anyplace. The platform offers the set-up of auditoriums, exhibition halls, Academies, workshops, and training rooms as well as realistic command and control and safety simulations.
Henry Jodrell, Managing Director of Enterprise Study comments: “We saw the adoption of gamification and simulation growing and so needed to identify a secure and scalable technology partner to work with. We have chosen HVE as its developers are all UK based and it shares the same passion for delivering an easy to use platform that we have at Enterprise Study.” The HVE technology has been deployed in organisations ranging from BP, Haymarket, Investors in People, Health Scotland, Strathclyde Fire and Rescue and the University of Dundee. HVE also embeds a number of standard games to cover Leadership, Project Management and Facilitation.
Jim Piggot, CEO of TPLD, the developers of HVE, adds: “Partnering with Enterprise Study and having access to their assessment and compliance tools, as well as the training management capability, provides a great opportunity for HVE to extend its reach to over 500,000 users currently utilising the Enterprise Study platform.”