DALLAS — Learner Mobile, a performance support and enhancement tool employees access through their smartphones and other devices, has launched a training program built for a widely distributed or remote workforce, including convenience-store employees spread across multiple units.
The platform enables and tracks “informal” learning as bite-sized, easily digestible pieces of information.
“We built Learner Mobile for today’s workers, whose learning and training needs never stop,” said Mike Thompson, CEO and founder of Learner Mobile. “Our approach is to focus on informally delivering the ideal content at the exact moment of need. By leveraging technologies that employees are already adept at using, we significantly reduce the cost to companies of delivering that learning. In a world measured in seconds, access to information right now is the competitive differentiator. We deliver knowledge fast.”
Learner Mobile maps to the informal way in which learning occurs today: in a YouTube-familiar world, where engaging, bite-sized, easily digestible pieces of on-demand information continually drips to employees. Companies can create and deliver how-to videos, quizzes, safety and compliance content, competitive information and more to any preferred mobile device of an entire team or a small subset of employees.
Dallas-based Learner Mobile, founded in 2012, is a microlearning platform and employee performance support and enhancement tool that corresponds to how today’s employees use their smartphones, mobile devices and desktop computers to both learn and work. Customers include Dillard’s, BSN Sports, AutoNation, Nationwide Overspray, Dentsply Sirona, The San Francisco Department of Public Health, Mary Kay, The National Bank of Rwanda, Conifer Health, Mercy Health and Teach for America.