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The Next “Big Thing” in Training Technology | Dan’s Corner

Published by Dan Loomis


This June marks my 29th year at Omnipress. These anniversaries always serve as fresh reminders of how much training technology has changed over the years. Back when I started,

Dan’s Corner | Important Things to Consider When Designing A Training Program

Published by Dan Loomis

Kirk Sundling, Director of Training Development at International Food Protection Training Institute talked to Omnipress about some of the challenges that arise when designing a training program.

Watch Kirk discuss

A New Mindset: Creating a Culture of Overcoming Challenges

Published by Dan Loomis

Automation, technology integration and innovation were common themes of the conversations and educational sessions throughout the conference. For any association that is tackling these issues, the challenges can seem daunting.

The Inventory Management Features that Will Make Your Organization More Efficient

Published by Dan Loomis

Before you select an inventory management system, you need to know which features will make your organization most efficient. Watch Dan Loomis explain how two features can work together to

Dan’s Corner: Why Associations Should Layer Their Members’ Continuing Education

Published by Dan Loomis

Watch Dan Loomis and Janel Savich talk about “Learning In Layers,” a concept introduced in a recent issue of TD Magazine. In this video, Dan and Janel discuss how the

My Promise to Customers

Published by Dan Loomis

The ICE (Institute for Credentialing Excellence) Exchange Conference is an important event for associations looking to apply best practices to their credentialing programs. This year’s conference in Colorado Springs, CO,

ICE 2016: Adding Another Chapter to the Story

Published by Dan Loomis

I always tell new employees at Omnipress that if they think order fulfillment is just putting stuff in boxes and shipping it, they are working at the wrong company. What