NEWS: Unicorn Partners With YUDU For New Training Information App

Unicorn’s latest training App will be unveiled next month after Unicorn partnered with digital publishers, YUDU, to create the ‘Unicornucopia’ App.

yudu-logoThe App, downloadable onto any device (iOS, Android, Windows), is a sales support compendium of free videos, user guides, factsheets, blogs and client case studies, and is Unicorn’s first project with YUDU in the corporate training App space.

Unicornucopia will contain free guides to all Unicorn’s learning solutions, enabling prospective customers and existing clients to learn more about Unicorn’s award-winning learning and performance platform, SkillsServe, our bespoke and off the shelf eLearning, T&C monitoring, compliance training and much more.

Leaving meetings with reams of scribbled-on paper will be a thing of the past, as customers will be able to get the full interactive experience of Unicorn’s solution range whenever you need it. You will be notified when new content is released, all of which will be free.

Unicornucopia is set to be showcased for the first time at Unicorn’s next client day, on Tuesday 10 June at Kings Place, London.

screen568x568Unicorn launched its first App – the CII My CPD App – earlier this year, to support CII adviser members in recording their Continuing Professional Development to meet the regulatory requirements of the FCA. It enables member to update their CPD status on the go the moment they have completed an activity.

Peter Phillips, Unicorn CEO, said: “Mobile is an integral part of all online learning development now.

“Whereas a few years ago mLearning was viewed as a standalone branch of eLearning, with technology and lifestyle evolving in the way they have, mobile learning is arguably the main way we all consume and digest information today; simply a part of a seamlessly inter-connected learning space.

“Apps are a key part of this evolution. The CII My CPD App has been very well received and this new YUDU App is the latest we have in the pipeline to provide more streamlined and accessible learning, resource and content opportunities for people wherever they are and whenever they need it.

“One of the beauties of the new App is you don’t need to be connected to the internet, whether wirelessly or by 3G or 4G, to access the content. Once it’s downloaded you can view and review content as many times as you like wherever you may be. This is another resource we hope will make our clients lives’ a bit easier.”

YUDU and Unicorn Apps take advantage of the Tin Can API, a brand new API specification for eLearning that enables a far broader range of data to be recorded than previously possible.

Learn more about what the Tin Can API can do in this interview with Unicorn Director of IT, Stuart Jones, in eLearning Age magazine in April 2014 (pages 12-13).

To get the full lowdown on YUDU and Unicorn’s new training App solution, click here

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