Tribridge Introduces New Corporate Learning Experience Solution to the Market

ContentSphere Offers Personalized Learner-Centric Experiences and Robust Social Collaboration Capabilities

TAMPA – (Oct. 4, 2016) – Tribridge is unveiling ContentSphere, a next-generation learning experience solution that enables organizations to provide employees with unified access to learning content from a range of resources, while also delivering deeply personalized user experiences critical to supporting today’s digital workforce. Announced today at the HR Technology Conference in Chicago, ContentSphere seamlessly integrates content from diverse sources such as a learning management system (LMS), massive online open course (MOOC) content providers, video, and collaboration, productivity and social tools.

“According to a recent study on learning technology released by The Brandon Hall Group, user experience is a top priority for organizations seeking to implement new learning solutions,” said Skip Marshall, CTO of Tribridge. “We created ContentSphere in response to market demand for personalization and an all-encompassing learning environment. Purposely developed for the individual employee experience at the epicenter of the design, we believe ContentSphere is a disruptor in the corporate learning space and will deliver increased employee engagement and value to our customers.”

Tribridge ContentSphere enables employees to manage, consume and share their learning from any location in a way that works best for them and their colleagues via an intuitive and customizable interface and integrated platform. The solution delivers a mobile-first experience, robust federated search functions and seamless interoperability.

ContentSphere also leverages advanced insight technology from learning analytics platform Watershed LRS, providing organizations with the ability to correlate learning experiences to organizational performance. “Watershed has been a long-time partner of Tribridge, and the combined functionality of the solution provides organizations with the future of learning technology – today,” said Mike Rustici, CEO of Watershed.

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