BizLibrary Announces a New Collection of 4,000+ Training Videos and E-Learning Courses
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The BizLibrary Collection offers small and mid-sized organizations unlimited-access to the industry's largest and fastest-growing library of high-quality videos and e-learning courses covering twenty-five topic areas.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- BizLibrary's award-winning content solutions continue to grow with this month's introduction of The BizLibrary Collection. Small and mid-sized companies can now offer their employees unlimited access to more than 4,000 streaming video and e-learning courses anytime, anywhere on any desktop, tablet or smartphone.
"The BizLibrary Collection is simply the best library of online training content available for small and mid-sized companies on the market," said Dean Pichee, President and CEO of BizLibrary. "We have assembled 1,900 streaming videos from our proprietary collection, 2,000 desktop computing videos, 50 leadership videos from leading experts, and nearly 200 e-learning courses into a single library of content that covers virtually every important business and professional skills training topic an employee might need today."
The BizLibrary Collection covers 25 topic areas including communication, customer service, desktop computer skills, safety, leadership and management skills, human resources and compliance. Thousands of additional e-learning courses are available for advanced, specialized topics and certification tracks.
The videos and e-learning courses are delivered through BizLibrary's award-winning Learning Management System. The cloud-hosted learning platform provides clients with a customized learning site, online administration, and a free iOS and Android mobile app.
"Mobile access is important," said Dean Pichee, President and CEO. "Now employees can access their learning content on their tablet or smartphone as well. With the BizLibrary Collection's 4,000+ online employee training and performance support videos, our clients truly have anytime, anywhere access to the most comprehensive collection of business training videos on the market."
The BizLibrary Collection will be available October 1, 2013. For more information about BizLibrary or for a free trial of the new collection visit www.bizlibrary.com/free-trial.
About BizLibrary BizLibrary is a leading provider of comprehensive learning and talent management solutions specifically designed for small and mid-size organizations. Their award-winning online content libraries include streaming videos, interactive e-learning courses, custom developed courses, and performance support. In addition, their cloud-hosted LMS, Performance Management and Social Learning applications help smaller organizations streamline and simplify important talent management processes. BizLibrary has been recognized by Brandon Hall, TrainingIndustry.com, and e-Learning Magazine. Learn more at www.bizlibrary.com.
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