Kallidus, the multi-award winning provider of learning and talent solutions, has appointed renowned industry expert Tim Drewitt as product innovator to help shape the future of Kallidus’ product suite.
As part of the product management team, Tim will drive innovation by working in partnership with customers to understand their learning technology roadmaps and ensure Kallidus’ solutions deliver what they truly need. A key focus of Tim’s role will be sharing best practice with customers to help them maximise their investments in learning technologies.
Tim has worked in the learning technologies sector for over 20 years as a practitioner and consultant. He is a popular speaker at conferences and master classes and a regular commentator in the training press. Prior to joining Kallidus, Tim was responsible for Vodafone’s online and mobile learning strategy. During his career he has worked with international organisations across most industry sectors, in particular professional services, telecoms and financial services.
Said Philip Pyle, Sales and Marketing Director at Kallidus: “We are delighted to have Tim on board. His appointment strengthens our commitment to delivering innovative solutions that customers need and want as we continue to ramp up our investment in product development. Tim will be instrumental in helping to shape the future of our products and ensuring we keep innovating, giving his input from a customer perspective and as an expert in learning technology.”
Tim’s role will involve working alongside customers to validate new product features and functionality to ensure Kallidus’ products deliver tangible results in an engaging and measurable way.
Product Innovator Tim Drewitt commented: “I’m really pleased to have joined Kallidus at such an exciting time with the launch of its new performance solution and much enhanced LMS later this year. It’s great to be working so closely with customers and I’m looking forward to contributing to thought leadership on current and future learning and development trends as part of today’s critical talent management agenda.”
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