COLORADO SPRINGS, CO--(Marketwire - Feb 28, 2013) - CodeBaby, a leading provider of an award-winning 3D animated character eLearning software suite and custom character services, is pleased to announce it will co-present at Learning Solutions 2013 in Orlando, FL with its customer Toys "R" Us.
Additionally, CodeBaby will exhibit during the conference at booth number #110 and it will be staffed with its executive sales team to demonstrate and introduce show attendees to its solution CodeBaby Studio.
Together, CodeBaby & Toys "R" Us will present "Strategies for Rapidly Training a Highly Diverse Workforce" which is slated for Wednesday, March 13, 2013 2:30-3:30 PM ET. CodeBaby's eLearning Sales Manager Elizabeth Miller will be joined by Sheri Israel, Toys "R" Us Manager of Store Training, and Erin Lyle, Toys "R" Us Director of Stores Learning and Development.
The presentation will address how Toys "R" Us uses a blended learning approach that connects with learners at the store-team-member level. It will discuss the creative uses of available software, as well as the incorporation of fun and humor into training materials.
Additionally the program will discuss:
- Techniques for engaging learners of all ages, tenure, and experience levels
- The benefits of creating relatable training from the learner's point of view
- Creative uses and approaches in developing training content for multiple delivery methods
In 2013, CodeBaby Studio was named a top 20 authoring tool by Training Industry Quarterly. Studio makes it easy to produce and implement high-quality digital characters for more immersive learning scenarios. Its characters integrate with existing learning management systems (LMS) or authoring tools to deliver impactful eLearning content. Studio features a convenient drag-and-drop interface with hundreds of animations to enhance the learning experience. Animated characters can stand in for facilitators, act as peer trainers, or interact with each other to model desired behaviors.
"The first months of 2013 have been extremely exciting for our eLearning team," said Dennis McGuire, CodeBaby CEO. "First, our solution received industry recognition from noted market authority at Training Industry Quarterly and now our eLearning sales manager is able to showcase our product along side of a truly valuable customer, Toys "R" Us. This year is going to be a very exciting time of powerful growth for this channel of our business."
Along with Toys "R" Us, Ogilvy & Mather, Dominos Pizza, Unisys, University of Illinois, American Express, IBM Canada, Lockheed Martin, US Bank and Verizon represent a portion of many CodeBaby's Fortune 500 customers, federal agencies, and local government organizations that use Studio to create engaging and effective digital character simulations.
CodeBaby is a privately held Internet software company with offices in Colorado Springs, Colo. and Edmonton, Alberta. Its cutting edge technology enables companies to quickly and easily create high-quality; realistic digital character conversations that engage eLearners to create successful learning outcomes. For more information, visit: www.codebaby.com