Techniq™ Online University is an integrated Software as a Service (SaaS) solution that helps Corporations, Educational Institutions and Non-profit organizations manage their education offerings. Using this system organizations can manage the entire learning process including managing learners, managing courses/classes and generating reports...
Certification - The ability of your enterprise to test a variety of employees, customers and partners against well-defined standards is an increasingly important part of online quality initiatives. But given the dynamic nature of today's high technology products and services, web-based certification programs often become quickly obsolete, are difficult to maintain and provide results simply not reflective of individual skills and knowledge. Techniq™ Certifier helps you accomplish your multi-faceted certification goals, quickly and effectively
The Learning Corner is a marketplace for courses. In other words, anyone can list their courses here for sale. If you wish to publish your courses here for sale please submit this form and we will contact you.Currently, we offer courses for Individual Contributors, Front Line Leaders, and Business Leaders. End-users can come to marketplace and purchase courses on an on-demand basis or organizations can purchase all or a subset of courses from the catalog. If you'd like to purchase courses in bulk please write to us at email@example.com
Techniq™ Portfolio is a Windows application that helps you create courses from content available in PowerPoint presentations, PDF, MS-Word documents, and Flash. It is an easy to use tool that helps you quickly create courses with a custom look and feel and upload them to the Your University system. Unlike most courseware development tools which are primarily PowerPoint-centric, the Portfolio is the only tool of its kind that supports content formats such as HTML, SWF, AVI, WMV, MP4 etc. It also provides the ability to add quizzes with randomization of questions.
Are You Using APIs to Gain Competitive Advantage? Read this interesting piece in the HBR. What do Uber (taxi services), Airbnb (lodging services), Facebook (social networking), Alibaba (e-commerce), and Paypal (online payment) have in common? The obvious things include: All of them drive their core operations on internet platforms and have astronomically high valuations without any notable physical assets. Not so apparent, however, is the fact that they excel at using Application Program Interfaces (APIs) to drive competitive advantage