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Innovative Technology Provider ExploreGate Revolutionizes Corporate Training with Ability to Request training Content on Demand

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““By widening our base of information to include requests for content by customers, ExploreGate is really at the forefront of providing a powerful, customizable training solution and doing what all good trainers do – interacting with users. It is a true engagement model of learning,” notes Yehuda Holtzman, ExploreGate’s Founder and CEO.”
ExploreGate leverages on its ability to crowd-source quality content to bring its customers the ground-breaking Request Content Feature

Rockville, MD – ExploreGate announces a new feature of its pioneering training ecosystem. The innovative new Request feature enables customers to make requests for new training content from ExploreGate’s global pool of subject matter experts. ExploreGate combines a flexible training delivery platform with a comprehensive crowd sourced Content Marketplace that already offers more than 1,500 free video courses on subjects as diverse as management and leadership to robotics and solar energy. This newly requested content will be added to the content library for use by all customers, at no extra cost to the requestor. “By widening our base of information to include requests for content by customers, ExploreGate is really at the forefront of providing a powerful, customizable training solution and doing what all good trainers do – interacting with users. It is a true engagement model of learning,” notes Yehuda Holtzman, ExploreGate’s Founder and CEO.

ExploreGate challenges the current paradigm of the training industry and proves that quality content does not necessarily have to be expensive. Its unique business concept resolves the painful expense of content acquisition that burdens the budget of any business looking to improve its performance by making its employees more capable and knowledgeable. ExploreGate reaches out to customers to allow them to access on-demand content to truly customize their training and engage their staff on an individual level.

“It is our goal at ExploreGate to change the way companies train and to provide customers with the means to engage in their learning process. ExploreGate is the first in the industry to recognize the advantages of facilitating a content flow between subject matter experts and customers seeking knowledge and build this bridge of learning,” states Mr. Holtzman.

About the ExploreGate

ExploreGate (www.exploregate.com) redefines the way a business, any business in any industry can acquire, share and retain knowledge. Whether sharing a knowledge base with employees, engaging customers or educating partners, ExploreGate’s cloud based technology offers a complete ecosystem – one that provides an intuitive cloud-based platform for the administration of personalized training programs and a Marketplace of crowd-sourced expert content to use with it.

With more than 1,500 free video courses on various topics, ExploreGate customers can either choose from an array of already existing content, or request new training content to suit their needs anytime and at no additional cost. Founded in 2012, ExploreGate’s platform serves a growing number of customers worldwide, in industries from satellite to cellular to green energy to retail.

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