Inkling Gains Momentum as Demand for Interactive Content Grows
By Jim Lundy
Back in the day, when I worked on the Hillview Campus at Xerox Parc, the discussion was about virtual documents that could display and render just about anything. Jump ahead to 2019 and there are very few ways to do true interactive content on mobile devices. Enter Inkling, which is starting to make a splash in the learning market due to its true rich interactive content capabilities.
True Interactive Content
When it comes to operations at any company, there are procedures that must be followed. Training users on those procedures is challenging and it often means tons of manuals that are tedious to understand. Enter Inkling with their interactive content approach. That is why so many firms, such as McDonalds, are adopting Inkling.
Inkling Adds Learning Pathways
This week, Inkling pushed the envelope further in learning by adding true learning paths that are quick and easy to set up, with pre-requisites that can be turned on. While learning paths have always been important, some providers claim they have them, when all they actually have is links to other courses.
Inkling CEO Jeff Carr Grows the Team
I got to spend some time this week with CEO Jeff Carr and when I was there I recognized many faces—people I knew from my days at Saba. The learning market is a tight-knit community and Jeff is putting together his old team and also adding new talented team members.
Learning Content is the Secret Sauce to Being a Successful Digital Business
The challenge for any business to be successful in the digital era is know-how. Inkling is making a difference when it comes to content and what they do will not be easy for competitors to replicate. Aragon has a robust content forecast coming out later this year on the learning content market. Suffice to say, it is one of the largest addressable markets out there. If you are in operations, interactive content is the new battle cry. Developing.