Written by Christina Cepero
June 2, 2001
Bonita Springs-based Interactyx Limited announces the launch of TOPYX Bolt, which bolts on to existing social learning systems, allowing them to use Interactyx’s TOPYX educational software.
Businesses, academic departments and nonprofit organizations can now have access to a series of social learning features such as forums, chats, blogs, shoutboxes, polls and many other tools to be used for collaborative learning.
“The concept is genius. Pure genius,” said Craig Weiss, president of E-Learn Info Advisory Services.
TOPYX was recently named by the Brandon Hall Group as the gold award winners for best advance in social learning technology and best advance in learning management for small- and medium-size businesses, and the bronze winner for best advance in learning management for blended or informal learning.
“Companies are looking to incorporate social learning into their learning and development paradigm, yet not throw out their legacy LMS (learning management system) infrastructure. With TOPYX Bolt, we provide an add-on that delivers award-winning social learning resources,” said Alfred R. Novas, Interactyx CEO.
“The need for an enterprise to keep its existing workforce and the onboarding of new employees trained, productive and fully engaged, in our ever increasingly competitive world, has never been more important. We are very excited to launch TOPYX Bolt today and provide another affordable solution to enterprises wanting to benefit from social learning.”
TOPYX Bolt is designed to be an affordable, subscription based and easy-to-implement solution.
To learn more about TOPYX contact firstname.lastname@example.org.