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The 10 Questions Learning Leaders Should Ask in a Video Platform RFP

Wednesday, April 26, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Steve Rozillis, Director, Customer Evangelism, Panopto

Video is becoming more integral to how businesses train, communicate, and share expertise and information. So, you’ve decided to update the way  your organization manages its video. But do you know the right questions to ask in a video platform RFP?

In this webcast, we’ll examine 10 must-have inquiries in detail—video storage, search, LMS integrations, and live streaming—as well as the state of current technology and implications for future capabilities.

Join this webcast to:

  • Learn about the technical hurdles to supporting video in LMS, CMS, CRM, and other general-purpose content platforms.
  • Identify 10 key questions to raise in conversations with video platform vendors.
  • Recognize the direction of video technology development and its use in the workplace.
  • Identify future opportunities for supporting learning initiatives.


     

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Presenter

Steve Rozillis
Steve Rozillis

Director, Customer Evangelism, Panopto

Steve Rozillis heads customer evangelism at Panopto, helping L&D professionals convert general interest in video into concrete, practical applications for video-enabled training, communications, social learning, and knowledge management programs. Prior to Panopto, Steve worked at Safeco Insurance, a division of Liberty Mutual, helping independent insurance business owners identify and take advantage of local web marketing tactics to better compete with industry giants. Steve studied communications at the University of Michigan and Duquesne University.
 


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