Network Appliance Selects Tomoye

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<p><strong>Ottawa &mdash; Oct. 29</strong><br />Tomoye, the Community of Practice Company&trade; (CoP), announced that Network Appliance has selected Tomoye Ecco to provide a community of practice solution as part of the company&rsquo;s blended learning program. Using the Tomoye Get Started Community Package, NetApp was able to set up the practice center in matter of weeks. California-based NetApp is a leading provider of innovative data management solutions.<br /><br />NetApp is focused on delivering blended learning programs enabling employees to learn in different ways and modes and wanted to include a solution that facilitates informal learning and collaboration on an ongoing basis. Peer Connect, the community environment, is aimed at developing various product and process areas through sharing best practices and ideas.<br /><br />&ldquo;What was appealing was the simplicity of the Tomoye solution; it is very intuitive to use,&rdquo; said Lys Reddy, learning program manager at Network Appliance. &ldquo;When we trained the first user group , they were able to set their account and use it immediately. Tomoye Ecco adds a new and much needed collaborative dimension towards creating a learning organization.&rdquo;<br /><br />Tomoye Ecco offers much more than a portal solution or add-on to an existing system. It is a purpose-built solution designed to foster informal learning in the enterprise and empower employees to solve their own problems. Tomoye Ecco provides a powerful and scalable platform which combines proven community techniques with innovative approaches to learning to promote informal learning and training on a day-to-day basis.<br /><br />For information on the Tomoye Get Started Community Package, visit http://www.tomoye.com/GetStartedPackageDetails.html#framework. </p>

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