BEDFORD, NH, Dec 19, 2016 – 4D Technologies, a leading developer of innovative content delivery and in-application support tools, is pleased to announce that its first mobile learning and performance support application is now in beta. CADLearning Mobile for Android brings the dynamic, personalized learning experiences directly to users’ devices.
“Autodesk users, like the rest of the workforce, are becoming more and more mobile,” says Matt Murphy, senior director of Product Strategy. “The demand for instant access, on any device, to quality learning and performance support content has never been higher. CADLearning Mobile delivers just that, access to your personalized learning experience when and where you want it.”
Android device owners interested in beta testing the new application should contact Rachel Littlefield at rlittlefield(at)cadlearning(dot)com. Individuals interested in testing the Windows Universal or iOS mobile applications are also encouraged to apply as beta testing on those platforms will begin shortly.
About 4D Technologies
4D Technologies is transforming the way the world learns. Their experienced team of instructional design professionals is creating the next generation of solutions for the efficient consumption of knowledge and skill development. Using highly intuitive and adaptable content portals and in-application performance support tools, 4D Technologies is revolutionizing corporate education and technical support with proven solutions that maximize content retention, productivity and overall performance.
To see their technology in action, visit http://www.CADLearning.com.
CADLearning by 4D Technologies is the premier learning partner for all things Autodesk. An Autodesk Authorized Publisher, CADLearning delivers expertly created content ideal for A-Z training, product help and performance support. Their on-demand, customizable learning systems identify and address knowledge gaps and provide in-application support to maximize performance for users of Autodesk 2D and 3D design, engineering and entertainment software. Their continuously growing library of self-paced learning material— including videos, exercise files and assessments—stays current with the latest software releases for AutoCAD, Autodesk 3ds Max, Autodesk Civil 3D, Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Maya, Autodesk Revit®and more.
For more information, please visit http://www.CADLearning.com.