Company Serves over 300 eLearning Customers
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – January 15, 2013 – CodeBaby, a leading provider of eLearning solutions, will exhibit its top selling product Studio at ASTD 2013, January 30-31st in San Jose, California. The company’s booth number is #106 and it will be staffed with its executive sales team to demonstrate and introduce show attendees to its leading eLearning solution Studio.
CodeBaby 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.
“2013 marks four years of CodeBaby attending this elite industry conference,” said Dennis McGuire, CodeBaby CEO. “We are excited to exhibit, meet with industry leaders, and demonstrate Studio capabilities and customer examples from Fortune 500 companies.”
With a diverse selection of high quality digital characters, over 450 realistic drag-and-drop animations, and automatic lip-syncing that accommodates recordings in any language, CodeBaby Studio makes producing eLearning enjoyable and dynamic.
Ogilvy & Mather, Dominos Pizza, Unisys, University of Illinois, American Express, IBM Canada, Lockheed Martin, US Bank and Verizon represent a small portion of many CodeBaby’s Fortune 500 customers who 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 optimize results. For more information, visit: www.codebaby.com
ASTD (American Society for Training & Development) is the world’s largest association dedicated to workplace learning and development professionals. ASTD’s members come from more than 100 countries and connect locally in more than 120 U.S. chapters and with more than 20 international partners. Members work in thousands of organizations of all size3s, in government, as independent consultants and suppliers. Started in 1943, in recent years ASTD has widened the profession’s focus to link learning and performance to individual and organizational results, and is a sought-after voice on critical public policy issues. For more information, visit: http://www.tkconference.org/