UpsideLMS's Latest Video Series

The Most Pressing Questions in Learn Tech

Pune (IN), March 2018 - "One Question, Many Perspectives", the latest video series by UpsideLMS, provides answers to some of the most pertinent L&D questions and challenges faced by businesses worldwide.

Organizations worldwide are undergoing a rapid change in their learning and development (L&D). Not just the function, but its working, the people, and its expectations are on the verge of or already in the process of transformation (or rather, disruption). What is needed then is a solid support system by people who have seen the tide change and can be the change agents for them.

UpsideLMS, a leading provider of a cloud-based learning management system, has stepped in to be this very change agent by providing answers to some of the most pressing questions faced by L&D and HR professionals today through its video series called One Question, Many Perspectives.

Launched in January 2018, the series comprises six episodes, each of which is released in the third week of every month and tackles a single question pertaining to learning tech. UpsideLMS's leadership team members - Amit Gautam, Director UpsideLMS; Amar Pawar, AVP Technology; Sandeep Bhoyar, Head of Technology - Product; Vivek Garg, Sales Head; Rajesh Shintre, Head Client Relationships; Ritesh Puranik, UX Designer; and Pranjalee Lahri, Marketing Head - share their individual perspective on the question. This is exactly what forms the base of the video series: analyzing “one question” from the "different viewpoints" of the function heads, from Sales to Designing, Technology, and beyond!

Speaking about the One Question, Many Perspectives video series, Amit said, "UpsideLMS leadership team members have a wealth of knowledge in LMS, learning management, and technology-enabled learning in general. They are the eyes of the company and have their ears to the ground, as they are constantly in touch with the clients, the prospects, and the market. Further, all of them have over ten years of experience each in their function, a bulk of which is in the eLearning domain. So who better to ask for answers than these people?"