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SYSDOC Best of Show Vendor award at 2015 DevLearn DemoFest

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SYSDOC WIN Best of Show Vendor award at the 2015 DevLearn DemoFest with the Fonterra – Discover Fonterra eLearning module.

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - October, 2015 – Sysdoc has won the 2015 DevLearn DemoFest award for “Best of Show Vendor” with the Discover Fonterra eLearning module developed for the Fonterra Corporation.

DevLearn is a three day annual conference held in Las Vegas, Nevada and is one of the most prominent expositions for training and learning professionals. It is hailed as the "World’s Leading eLearning Event” and is run by the eLearning Guild, a global community of practice with more than 56,800 members worldwide.

This year, as part of DevLearn, 93 DemoFest participants from around the world, showcased their latest and greatest development efforts, offering their fellow attendees the opportunity to see a wide variety of solutions to common eLearning challenges and vote for those being most innovative and relevant to the current learning environment.

Desiree Botica, General Manager Sysdoc Group says “Our peers are often our greatest critics in business and to have been awarded Best of Show Vendor by other learning professionals who attended the 2015 DevLearn conference is very high praise indeed. We are especially grateful to our outstanding team but also very appreciative of our longstanding partnership with Fonterra who have enabled us to challenge the status quo and deliver world-class solutions.”

Charmaine Taylor, Manager Learning Solutions - Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited was thrilled with the win and global recognition for what she described as an innovative onboarding tool. Discover Fonterra was designed to enable new starters to Fonterra to understand the company history and journey to get to where they are today. Many organisations are searching for sustainable, cost effective solutions to onboarding. Sysdoc solutions deliver cost-effective rapid development options without losing the ability to showcase the unique qualities and attributes of the client.

As shown with the success of the Fonterra onboarding tool, we believe this will be an approach many businesses will adopt going forward in an effort to foster a more meaningful and lasting connection with their people.

In a recent interview, Katherine Corich, Sysdoc Founder and Global CEO based in the United Kingdom, stated “Sysdoc has continued to go from strength to strength in this area through development of rapid learning solutions and tools which deliver cost effective solutions without losing the ability to customize content to the unique qualities of individual organisations”.

ABOUT SYSDOC:

Sysdoc is a multi-award winning global business founded in 1986 by New Zealander Katherine Corich. Over the last 29 years the company has consistently demonstrated its place as a high performing specialist service provider, engaged to work on some of the most challenging business transformation projects in the world.

Sysdoc works with organisations to transform and improve business operations by providing services in business change, organisation design, training, eLearning, process design and knowledge management.

Sysdoc consultants work across multiple industry sectors enabling them to deliver best practice solutions to any organisation.

Sysdoc has won numerous awards for delivery of industry leading customer solutions and for excellence in HR practice within their own organization. Service awards include Best of Show - Vendor at 2015 DevLearn Demofest, Silver award for Best Game/Simulation at 2015 LearnX Impact Awards, Gold award for Best Social Learning Platform at LearnX Impact Awards 2014, Blended Learning - LearnX Impact Awards 2014 and Best onboarding/employee solution at DevLearn Demofest 2013. Whilst as an employer Sysdoc has been named in the top 30 employers for Working Families in the United Kingdom in 2013 and 2015.


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