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Taking Offline Processes Online

Taking offline processes and procedures online is becoming more and more popular these days. Or should I rephrase that to write, more and more companies are recognizing the benefits in doing this, from both a cost-savings and effectiveness point of view.

The requests we’re receiving run the gamut in terms of complexity and need, but they all boil down to the same idea — companies wanting to streamline their current training presentations, whether it’s internal or external, and make them more engaging and accessible to the target audience.

As a full-service traditional and interactive marketing company, DDA has many capabilities and our video production, custom programming, corporate and medical website design and development, and eLearning and continuing medical education (CME) development means that we can create just about any application to fill just about any need.

Sometimes an on-screen spokesperson is needed or maybe it’s just voiceover narration; sometimes it’s a linear presentation with first-generation PowerPoint slides and synchronized video, or other times, the entire presentation is divided into sections and synced with video and text for a user-controlled and wholly engaging experience.

Regardless of how it’s done, DDA’s methods are always  unique, innovative, professional, and crafted to our client’s specific needs. We have a flexibility in what we can offer that many other companies do not, and since creating online platforms is something we’ve been doing since about 1994, our process is well beyond what the current norm is.

So if you’re finally ready to join the digital revolution, DDA is the perfect escort. It’s very familiar territory.

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Entry by: toni


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