New OnDemand Personal Navigator 9.0

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King of Prussia, Pa. — April 23
OnDemand Software, a division of Global Knowledge, has released OnDemand Personal Navigator 9.0 at the 2007 ASUG Annual Conference, the annual event for the world’s largest, customer-driven community of SAP professionals and partners.

OnDemand Personal Navigator is a synchronized content-development platform for business process documentation, test scripts, tailored role-based training and performance support.

From a single authoring session, OnDemand Personal Navigator produces distinct outputs, including self-running and interactive simulations, assessments, in-application performance support, documentation and training materials.

The product is also one of the modules of OnDemand Professional — the solution for ensuring change management, achieving organizational readiness and maximizing ROI.

With OnDemand Personal Navigator 9.0, customers can reduce content development time with a collaborative, multi-user development environment.

New translation and upgrade capabilities significantly will reduce the time and effort of creating or updating content in multiple languages.

The enhanced content management library enables customers to produce content that mirrors true business processes regardless of application.

“We estimate that OnDemand Personal Navigator 9.0 will enable our customers to dramatically reduce their content development and translation efforts by up to 60 percent,” said Amy Sellers, Business Objects product manager. “We are excited that our clients will be able to develop content in a multi-user environment, as well as experience an accelerated implementation due to the product’s powerful translation capabilities. And the new content library will make it easier for them to manage and deploy all of their Business Objects Knowledge Accelerator content (which is powered by OnDemand Personal Navigator technology).”

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