Pune, India, August 23, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Upside Learning, a leading provider of learning technology solutions, will be participating in Performance Support Symposium 2014 as a Gold sponsor. The Symposium, to be held from September 8-9 in Boston, MA, offers the opportunity for L&D professionals to explore proven organisational strategies for reducing training time while increasing focus on delivering performance support directly to the workforce.
As a Gold sponsor, Upside Learning will be showcasing and talking about its wide range of multi-award winning performance support solutions, and will also be delivering an engaging learning session on 'Responsive Design - Driving PS Engagement'. To be presented by Amit Gautam, Founder & Director of Technology Solutions, and James Rasmussen, Area VP - Americas, the session will add context to the growing need of delivering performance support tools to an on-the-go workforce and extending learning beyond the classroom. This will be demonstrated by a case study on Mars Chocolate’s deployment of Upside2Go, Upside Learning's mobile performance support platform, and FRED, Upside’s Framework for Responsive eLearning Development, to support the multi-device needs of its sales workforce. The session is scheduled to be held on Monday, September 8 from 12.45 - 2.00 PM EDT (session # 205).
There will be onsite meeting opportunities with Amit and James for a one-on-one or group consultation at the company’s private meeting space - the Aegean Room. Delegates can look forward to having an in-depth dialogue with the Upside team and draw from its years of proven experience in delivering innovative and cost-effective performance support solutions to clients worldwide.
Commenting on the event, Amit Gautam said, "We're looking forward to be a part of this event as a Gold sponsor. There's no doubt that at the very core of a successful performance support initiative lies a well planned mobile learning strategy; one that provides value to the user at any given point of time to execute a specific task. I hope people can take away as much as they can from our solutions and learning session."