SCM and ERP operate JIT. Today’s facilities waste not a machine, not a movement, and not a moment — and that’s where video has become a welcome ally. With Panopto, you can enhance the formal and informal learning activities every employee needs to improve skills, share best practices, and work more efficiently.
Success in manufacturing relies on eyesight and expertise as much as raw data. Video helps businesses view their operations in ways spreadsheets can’t, providing an objective view to help spotlight opportunities and offering a visual, engaging way to connect management and workforce — in both directions.
Where market conditions are never static and threats of competition or commoditization are never far off, where employee turnover is common and required expertise is always shifting, you need a stable, reliable advantage. Video makes your company’s know-how shareable, searchable, and reliable.
Video can preserve the institutional knowledge of your retiring experts, and help you make it searchable and shareable inside the organization even after the employee leaves.
Make your events easier to attend. Webcast video live to any audience of any size, and make recorded presentations instantly shareable in a central video library.
Video can help your messages break through, with a visually engaging format that shows what sets your products, features, and processes apart better than even the best brochures.
Eight ways today’s top manufacturers are using video to build real bottom line returns.
Today, IDG’s CIO magazine announced the winners of this year’s prestigious CIO 100 awards. Siemens PLM Software made the list for its innovative event video ...
Solving a specialized workforce skills gap – the way the professionals do.
14 ideas for using video to support on-demand learning and development – plus, how to convince your business now is the time to start doing more.
90% of what employees learn isn’t taught in formal training. Learn how to successfully launch a video social learning program in your organization.
Whether it’s lecture capture, flipped classrooms, student recordings, faculty training, or a dozen other new ideas, the classroom of the future is supported by video.