February 4, 2014 – MINNEAPOLIS, MN
Cloud-based learning and full-motion video integration are some of the innovative characteristics that won Minneapolis-based TTNLearning a silver Brandon Hall Excellence in Technology Award for Best Advance in Unique Learning Technology.
TTN’s software product, called the Élan Video Platform with Automated HTML5 Conversion earned the award. The advanced technology provides users in a digital learning environment with a state-of-the-art integrated video platform that automatically converts user-uploaded video into desktop- and mobile-compatible HTML5 formats for playback on any device.
“We are honored to receive this award,” said Jerry Cox, president of TTN. “We’re happy the video platform has provided our customers with an unprecedented tool for easily uploading and converting their video content for viewing on virtually any type of device, bringing highly sophisticated training to a variety of learners in many different types of environments.”
TTN’s learning platform was judged on the following criteria:
- Product innovation
- Unique differentiators
- Product demonstration
- Value proposition
- Measurable results
As well as the HTML5 conversion, the Élan Video Platform uses device detection and adaptive streaming technology to automatically playback the appropriate encoding type and deliver the highest quality stream every time. The Élan video player uses bandwidth monitoring to efficiently stream the appropriate file sizes based on the users constantly changing bandwidth connection.
Entries for the award were judged by a select panel of industry professionals, including university professors, business and technology executives, and instructional designers and program developers from corporations, nonprofits and government organizations from around the globe.
TTN has been developing proprietary cloud-based learning platforms for over a decade. In addition, the company hosts a variety of online learning tools for corporations and business, including proprietary and custom courses, online courses and assessments, mobile learning, video courses, SCORM/AICC compliance courses, and opportunities for earning accredited CEUs.
TTN is now Brainier. Brainier is a wholly owned subsidiary of BI Worldwide, a Minneapolis-based company specializing in employee engagement. Since 1995, TTN has helped clients improve, grow and achieve company and employee goals using e-learning, in-house training and mobile-based training courses. Brainier’s Learning Management System (LMS) uses full-motion video streaming with interactive learning for maximum results. Their course offerings cover a vast array of subjects including sales, management, team building, human resources, marketing, computers, and safety. Their corporate headquarters is in Minneapolis, MN. For more information, visit www.brainier.com.