SHARE YOUR KNOWLEDGE AND COLLABORATE WITH VIDEO

Success Stories


Europe’s largest cancer centre implements lecture capture and increases access to its high value content.

Flexible learning delivered to anyone, anywhere


In an environment where time is precious and up-to-date knowledge is key, flexible learning within health organisations is crucial. Whether it is to facilitate new employee induction, to train geographically dispersed medical staff or to inform them of the latest news, online video is a powerful ally.

But video is traditionally complicated and expensive to produce, requiring dedicated staff and lengthy post-production.

EasyCast changes all that with a Start/Stop user experience and advanced automation. This opens up a whole range of applications for modern health organisations.

 

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Capitalise on live training and conferences


Training capture

Whether you are enabling one or dozens of simulation or training rooms, recording is fully automated and transparent for trainers.

  • Record training and lab sessions to retain key information and build a knowledge base
  • Easily access specific information with advanced navigation and search
  • Unavailable collaborators can view sessions on-demand and in full detail

Conference streaming

Webcast your conferences Live and on-demand, in high-quality interactive video.

  • Bridge distance by Live streaming from an operation theatre to another location
  • Address audiences in different countries and time zones to share valuable knowledge
  • Deliver your content through a branded, secure video portal

Create off-the-shelf learning content


Video modules

Create E-learning video modules that can be accessed on-demand.

  • Easily produce off-the-shelf content – without technical skills
  • Build a training catalogue accessible anytime, on any mobile device

Just-in-time videos

Quickly create new instructional or procedure videos.

  • Video is the best way to get the full message across to large audiences operating on different schedules
  • Statistics reports confirm mandatory viewing
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