Zeal Technology Makes Splash in Digital Adoption Platform Market

Education Technology Insights | Thursday, December 10, 2020

Zeal takes minutes to install, making it effortless to offer real-time guidance to workers and achieve the productivity developments businesses need from the digital transformation projects.

FREMONT, CA: Zeal Technology, a leader in the guided learning software market, announced its new deployment modules that will significantly decrease implementation time. The browser plugin and web application versions of zeal link are assured to disrupt the digital adoption platform landscape.

Earlier, all such platforms needed massive time and effort to install, causing delayed time to value and reduced competence. Zeal takes minutes to install, making it effortless to offer real-time guidance to workers and achieve the productivity developments businesses need from the digital transformation projects. The business's platform offers bite-sized data access to advance information retention and limit the inclusive administrative burden.

"What good is a product if your team cannot use it?," enquired Jeremy Becker, VP of Product, Zeal. "The goal of Digital Adoption is to provide real-time guidance to employees as they move through a software product or business process. This increases productivity and reduces error, saving your company money. But if implementing a Digital Adoption Platform takes too long, you lose those benefits." By presenting customers with several deployment models, they can offer support on any web application, unlike their competitors that depend on code embedding and long application timelines.

Furthermore, Zeal's authoring tools deliver a robust and easy-to-use engine for generating content. In particular, Zeal's innovativeprocess for creating conditional statements that display the right content to personnel in their moment of need is a game-changer in the market. "We listened to our customers. They all loved the idea of guided learning, but abandoned it when they saw how cumbersome it was to implement and build. The message was clear. We needed to build a product that enabled them to support their people without staggering administrative costs. I am thrilled to say we have done this," stated Mark Somol, CEO, Zeal.

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