When an average content producer is first acquainted with the Apprix Builder® tool, initial stress quickly turns into joy: Finally, a tool with features made to support understanding and good spirit!
We, content producers at Apprix, are used to both detective work and customer sparring. Not that we underestimate technical data or legal terminology, for example, but our three cheers go to everyday life experience. That is, we value the small crumbs of information that may seem irrelevant to the customer or almost embarrassing in their mundanity. These small details provide our training courses the greatest seasoning.
Builder is indeed a training tool aimed at learning through realistic operating environment and involvement.
À la Apprix developer
As a communications professional, I admit to being hooked on the possibilities that Builder offers. In regards to creativity, storytelling, information distribution, and interaction, the opportunities are limitless. In addition to the versatile tool, Apprix’s secret weapon is their team that keeps integrating the customers’ wishes and the tool’s functionality, pedagogy, and usability in new environments and new ways, day in and day out.
For example, one of Apprix’s visionaries, Mimosa, developed a wonderful dialogue element in which content producers can make their own comics. This way:
On another occasion, our problem-solver Jyri heard the cries of help from content producers. He gathered dozens of different Builder elements under an open menu, from which they can be picked for training like blueberries from the bushes. This speeds up work and facilitates controlling training packages.
Psst, dear customer: In addition to Mimosa and Jyri, there are other developers in Apprix’s ranks owing to whom Builder is constantly developing into an even more versatile and user-friendly tool. Who knows – perhaps they are right now developing and testing a Builder feature that will become the greatest LMS hit (Learning Management System) for your organisation.
There are many ways for message formulation: Some emphasize expertise and strong data, some use an inclusive approach and motivation, and some hold the trainees’ focus with both knowledge and emotion.
There are also numerous opportunities for data utilisation, integrations, and statistics.
For HR professionals and company management, identification of the need for training is the first step. From there on, we can help. The common goal is a comprehensive training solution that supports both the business activity and the competence and well-being of the personnel.
Media and Content Production Manager
miia.krause (at) apprix.fi
Baseline questions for personnel training professionals:
- What kind of skills are required in your organisation?
- How would information distributed among employees promote the skills and motivation of the entire personnel?
- What about competence measurement, specification of goals, and the need for regular training?
- Can the knowledge and experience acquired from employees be harnessed as useful data?
- Can the data accumulated be integrated into the functions and development of the entire organisation?