TEDS Consortium Meeting at Boston University

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<p><strong>Atkins, Va. &mdash; Aug. 21</strong><br />The TEDS Consortium, a dynamic collaborative forum of human capital experts from over a dozen world-class companies, has just completed a biannual meeting hosted by the Boston University Corporate Education Center in Tyngsboro, Mass. </p><p>In addition to sharing of recent successes in talent, competencies and learning management, consortium members shared their company&rsquo;s vision for long-term strategies and solutions.<br /><br />Several of the attendees reported out on their companies&rsquo; recent beta testing of future TEDS software releases. These tests were conducted at TEDS&rsquo; Atkins, Va., headquarters. </p><p>Others cited results from the utilization of TEDS consulting services for augmentation of their own IT staffs for faster implementations and value creation.<br /><br />Eastman Chemical Co. shared data on its continued utilization and expanded deployment of TEDS&rsquo; roles, tasks and competencies module in its business and manufacturing units. </p><p>Dominion Resources reported on the recent completion of a case study conducted by Bersin & Associates, “Compliance Training Beyond the Enterprise.”<br /><br />Other agenda items covered at the meeting, which concluded Aug. 9, included a review of advances in the TEDS Talent Management Suite 8.5, a progress report on recent upgrades to TEDS talent management functionality and customers&#39; plans for TEDS product expansion within their companies.<br /><br />Founded in 1992, the TEDS Consortium is the only organization of its kind. </p><p>It is dedicated to the continuous innovation and improvement of TEDS&rsquo; enterprisewide talent management solutions. </p><p>The consortium plays an essential role in reviewing and upgrading product functionalities, recommending the creation of new talent management products and services and accelerating product development. </p><p>Members include Boston University Corporate Education Center, Chrysler LLC, Dominion Resources, Eastman Chemical, Norfolk Southern, Nortel, Sandia National Laboratories, Steelcase University, Verizon and TEDS. </p><p>All organizations that use TEDS benefit from the consortium&#39;s vision and recommendations. </p><p>By previewing advances in TEDS talent management products, consortium members can more effectively plan for upgrades and expansions within their enterprises.</p>

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