Adobe withdraws Flash, Stratbeans enabling enterprises to convert their eLearning content to HTML
Adobe is set to withdraw its support from the once-prolific technology- Flash by the end of this year, this has compelled organizations and content creators to convert their Flash content before it become obsolete. With extensive experience in handling conversion projects, Stratbeans, an eLearning solutions provider, is empowering businesses to convert their content from Flash to a much-advanced HTML format. This extends the utility of their Flash-based learning assets and makes them multi-device and multi-browser compatible, among other benefits.
For successful conversion of Flash to HTML, Stratbeans follows a well-defined process that begins with collecting source files (if available) and ends with a thorough quality check before the converted courses are rolled out to the employees in an organization.
Prasoon Nigam, CTO & Co-founder, Stratbeans states, “eLearning is accessed on a variety of devices. Therefore, the content needs to be on a platform that isn’t region or device-specific. Besides, the courses must be interactive and engaging for the learners. In view of this, Flash, though being used over the last 2 decades for eLearning content creation, needed an upgrade. HTML serves the purpose with far more efficiency, producing an enriched multimedia experience. It solves the many challenges that companies faced using Flash. Being an exclusive Articulate partner, we are equipped with the best capabilities and are certain to drive bottom-line results for organizations across industry verticals.”
Stratbeans has been a player in the corporate eLearning space for over 12 years and has worked with over 100 organizations helping them drive customer success through advanced digital learning and performance support solutions.