ViewSonic | June 01, 2022
ViewSonic, innovative educational technology provider and leader in global visual solutions, announced the launch of its newest 24-inch touch monitor that will deliver a smart podium solution to schools. The monitor is armed with an MPP 2.0 active screen that comes with a 10-finger touch function. The monitor will replace the traditional non-touch screens and will enable teachers to operate all functions with just a touch. The screen can also accurately represent the actual strokes of a handwriting providing a highly intuitive experience for teachers.
"ViewSonic has actively promoted the digital transformation of education. Earlier, to the cater to digital writing needs of teachers, we launched the lightweight and portable 7-inch and 13-inch ViewBoard pen displays. We understand that the podium plays a vital role as a control center for the modern classroom. Therefore, we are launching the smart podium solution with the ID2456 at its core, transforming the traditional teaching environment into a modern classroom with real-time interaction. As a result, teachers can bring their teaching creativity into full play, achieving better teacher-student interaction and significantly improving teaching efficiency."
-George Lee, General Manager of the Pen Display and Authentication Business Unit at ViewSonic
The brand new monitor makes using peripheral devices obsolete as it no longer requires a mouse, keyboard, or presentation pens to open files, edit materials or even drag and drop items. In addition, the 4K HDMI output port connects to the classroom’s existing LED display or projector, delivering a 4K high-definition projection on the large screen.
MONEY LION | August 16, 2022
MoneyLion Inc., the go-to destination for personalized financial content, products and advice, and Zogo, a Gen Z-powered financial literacy company, announced their collaboration today that will provide enhanced financial education to over three million MoneyLion users. The partnership offers an essential blend of holistic and technological innovation that for many years has been left out of the banking and education industries. This is Zogo's largest integration with a Fintech platform since its conception in 2018. The two digital-first companies are teaming up to create crucial content and a seamless experience for users via a co-branded design effort of modules. MoneyLion customers can now easily access Zogo's bite-sized education modules within the MoneyLion app's "Today Feed" content.
The Today Feed is a key element on MoneyLion that brings together the power of community, data, knowledge and expertise to help educate and empower customers to find the best products and offers for them. Consumers will be able to make more informed, responsible financial decisions based on the education they receive every day. Skills users can learn from Zogo include, but not limited to: investing, saving, budgeting, credit scores, applying for loans, entrepreneurship, etc. With the implementation of Zogo, MoneyLion is changing the conversation around money, making it a positive one and reaching customers where they are by providing an essential and engaging educational experience.
"At MoneyLion, we think about our customers each day and want to provide them with the tools and know-how to become money savvy in a way that's approachable and fun, "Together with Zogo and through MoneyLion's data science and machine learning capabilities, each customer will receive a unique lineup of content and information, and the tools necessary to help them achieve their money goals, and at the same time, have the confidence to improve their financial health with a hyper-personalized in-app feed."
- Tim Hong, Chief Product Officer at MoneyLion
Partnering with a premiere [neobank] such as MoneyLion is a pivotal step toward Zogo's goal to bolster investor education for consumers' prosperous financial futures, This is one of our biggest leaps in the Fintech space, driving us closer to our overall mission of reinventing financial education than ever before, said Bolun Li, CEO at Zogo. Shyam Pradheep, Zogo's Head of Operations adds, It's been unbelievable to watch and be a part of Zogo's growth journey from our roots in dorm rooms and dining halls to now joining forces with a Fintech giant like MoneyLion. Our partnership unlocks opportunities for financial education and success for users across the country, and we can't wait to reach new heights together.
Created in 2018 in a dorm room at Duke University by three college students, Zogo has since flourished into an industry leader in financial education. Its award-winning suite of products offer bite-size modules and tangible incentives to make financial literacy education accessible, fun, and rewarding. Zogo partners with 200+ financial institutions in all 50 U.S. states to help them educate, engage, and empower the next generation of financial decision-makers. Zogo's engaging app has garnered nearly one million users and won numerous industry accolades, including "Best of Show" at Finovate Fall 2019 and the NACUSO 2019 Next Big Idea Competition. Bolun Li, Founder & CEO of Zogo, was named one of Forbes 30 Under 30 in 2021. Li recently appeared on NBC News Now and FOX 7 Austin to discuss the criticalness of financial literacy. Li's work has also been featured in Forbes, INSIDER, The Financial Brand, EdTech Digest, The Learning Counsel, and more.
MoneyLion is a leading digital financial services and lifestyle content platform. MoneyLion's mission is to rewire the financial system to positively change the path of every hard-working American. MoneyLion uses its proprietary data advantage and technology to empower its customers. MoneyLion engages and educates its customers with daily, hyper-personalized money-related and money-adjacent content that is delivered through each customer's own content feed. MoneyLion provides its customers a full suite of financial and non-financial solutions, bundling its proprietary, low-cost financial products with products that are offered through its marketplace technology and network affiliate partners. MoneyLion also leverages its distinct data, technology, and network advantages to deliver leading embedded finance and marketplace solutions for enterprise customers. Since its founding in 2013, MoneyLion has empowered millions of Americans to take control of their finances and live their best financial life, every day.
CORPORATE EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Ethena | August 04, 2022
Ethena, a modern compliance training platform, announced the launch of its Code of Conduct training. The course transforms the Code of Conduct training that public companies are required to do from a “check-the-box” activity, into training that speaks to each company’s values and shares expectations of what it means to be acting ethically and inclusively.
“A company’s Code of Conduct shares the principles and standards that everyone at the company needs to follow – that’s a really important vision to articulate, especially to new hires, Despite its importance, historically, most organizations have struggled to develop training that keeps company values and standards top of mind throughout the year. Usually, it ends up being generic training and check-the-box attestation. We saw companies hungry for something better but also scalable in the era of distributed teams. That’s why Ethena developed our Code of Conduct training to help build ethical and inclusive companies.”
-Roxanne Petraeus, Ethena CEO and co-founder
In the United States, all public companies are legally required to have a Code of Conduct, a mandate that began with the establishment of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act in 2002. Codes of Conduct have become the standard for building ethical workplaces–so much so that even private companies and growing startups develop their own internal Codes.
A Code of Conduct typically encapsulates mission, core values, and culture statements combined with critical rules and regulations–all of which make for a complex, lengthy document. The density of most Codes has made it difficult for compliance professionals to implement effective training, and even harder for employees to retain that content. It is not uncommon for new hires to read the Code during the onboarding process, sign an attestation saying they will follow the rules stated within the document, and then never hear about the Code again.
From public companies to up-and-coming startups, many organizations want to communicate and re-educate employees about the Code over the course of the year, but that has become increasingly difficult with the amount of required training employees receive. As a result, aspects of Code training either get added onto other training initiatives, or just get passed over due to tight budgets and training fatigue.
Ethena’s fully configurable, off-the-shelf Code of Conduct training makes it easier for compliance officers, Legal and HR teams, and managers to educate employees about the Code consistently while not asking for too much employee time. Companies like Zoom have already deployed Ethena’s training to provide continual opportunities for their employees to learn about the Code of Conduct.
Ethena provides the only Code training that is designed in digestible bits of training, which can be delivered at the Moments that Matter. For example, a company can deliver its “Gifts and Entertainment” training right before the holiday season for maximum learning and retention.
In today’s constantly evolving business landscape, continuous learning in all aspects of an organization is essential, At Zoom, we extend our passion for continuous learning to our Code of Conduct to help foster value- and purpose-oriented teams, just as our product teams leverage their learnings to create the next-generation of product and business innovation,said Lynn Haaland, Zoom’s Chief Compliance, Ethics, and Privacy Officer.
Ethena is a modern compliance training platform that provides innovative, effective training for companies. Instead of just checking a box, Ethena training builds ethical and inclusive company cultures while providing admins with a seamless software experience to navigate the increasingly-complex web of compliance training requirements. Ethena was founded by Roxanne Petraeus and Anne Solmssen, who drew upon their diverse backgrounds in the U.S. Army, consulting and startups to reinvent the stuffy world of corporate training. Ethena was named one of the most promising enterprise startups in 2021 by Insider.