A new mobile app, developed by international skills training company Prosell Learning won “best in class” at the DevLearn Conference and Expo held in Las Vegas last week.

DevLearn is North America’s leading conference on workplace learning technologies. Run by the eLearning Guild, it brings together executives from around the world to share knowledge, expertise and the latest innovations in recruitment and onboarding.

The event includes a competition, Demofest, to allow top suppliers to showcase their latest products. Conference attendees vote for their preferred new technology among more than 80 on display.

Guy Sellwood, VP Americas for Prosell, demonstrated Prosell’s new On.Board App with Jenna Wisniewski, Senior Program Manager of Learning and Development at US telecoms giant Comcast, which uses the App when hiring new technical operations field engineers.

Dave Barone, VP Business Services College, for Comcast and Prosell’s customer said:

“Numerous testimonials from learners previously on boarded by fortune 500 companies stated this was their best onboarding experience.”

Accepting the award, Sellwood said: “We are very proud to have won, and delighted that the App meets our client Comcast’s needs so well. The platform is used not just for onboarding but to support clients with their leadership programs, brand awareness, communications and ongoing training and development.”

About Prosell Learning Limited

Prosell Learning is an international Performance Improvement Consultancy established in 1985 with a US office in Clearwater, FL. Prosell work with a diverse range of large corporate clients to enhance and refine the performance of sales and customer service teams through a combination of traditional classroom, coaching and technology based development initiatives. With over 200 trainers worldwide, Prosell delivers tailored performance programmes in a variety of languages that deliver a lasting impact.


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