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March 16 – 18, 2016 Orlando, FL

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TS205 Next-generation Training: Tools & Trends Driving Measurable Cost Savings & User Performance Improvements

2:00 PM - 2:45 PM Thursday, March 17

Technology Solutions Stage

Over the past decade, technology has drastically altered the way we do business. However, the tools and strategies that most organizations use to train employees on these technologies have remained the same. These outdated toolsets can cause frustration for learners, and many are time intensive, require significant maintenance, and have little impact on workplace performance. Join us as we examine the gap between training and performance and the cloud-based application cloning and authoring platforms that The Home Depot, Coca-Cola, and the Department of Defense are utilizing to drive measurable cost savings and performance improvements from their system training initiatives.

Matt Hoyt

Client Partner


Matt Hoyt, an Assima Client Partner, has extensive background supporting large-scale corporations through cost, business, and financial analysis as well as change management. His nine years of experience spans industries including healthcare, financial services, manufacturing, food and beverage, and government, both domestic and international. As an Assima Client Partner, Matt’s current focus is helping clients leverage advanced software cloning technologies to optimize enterprise system implementation and end-user performance. Matt holds a bachelor of science degree in finance and a master’s degree of business administration from Eastern Illinois University.

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