In just a few months, BSI enrolled individuals from brands including Adobe, Facebook, Open X, and Oracle in its educational program. The team plans to eventually expand internationally and have thousands of BSOs using the platform.
BSO training involves ten modules developed using Adobe Captivate, eight of which focus on a specific aspect of brand safety. Adobe Learning Manager delivers modern learning experiences available on a desktop, laptop, or any mobile device. Learners can even take their lessons on the go by taking advantage of the offline learning capability to download and view lessons at any time, whether they’re commuting on a train or flying for business.
BSI also plans to take advantage of the gamification capabilities in Adobe Learning Manager to encourage further engagement with the BSI community and resources. The dashboard might show rewards for activities such as participating in discussion forums, studying supplementary materials, enrolling in webinars, or even uploading a case study. APIs will also connect the platform to additional products and experiences as needed in the future.
While BSI is not yet taking advantage of the embeddable Fluidic Player, they will soon take advantage of the feature to embed lessons in external sites and deliver a seamless experience for any type of content.
“The Adobe Learning Manager Fluidic Player is so reliable and intuitive that the user doesn’t even recognize that it’s there,” says Dan Dilsaver, Vice-President of IT at BSI. “Our initial tests have shown that the Fluidic Player works well on all platforms, so we’re exciting to start taking advantage of it in the future.”