Riptide Learning Director, Nick Washburn, has been invited to present an eLearning webinar for the Association for Training and Development (ATD) member audience. Riptide Elements® software has a diverse and growing client case of enterprise implementations that will help to inform participants of the session entitled,“Demystifying the Enterprise Learning Ecosystem.” The software framework provides highly interactive, device agnostic, multilingual e-learning all over the world. With technology progressing at such a rapid pace, many industry professionals may not realize what is possible right now, how easily it can be done, and how relatively inexpensive it is compared to just 5 or 10 years ago. By leveraging new technology, Riptide Elements is able to connect information to multiple LMS’, HR systems, talent management, using SCORM/AICC, and more.
As a proud supporter of the Orlando tech community, Riptide Software is eager to help UCF students gain valuable work experience that is in line with their studies. Riptide offers various internships in their defense, commercial cloud, and e-learning industries.
Riptide Software was awarded a five-year, $47 Million contract by the United States Marine Corps (USMC) to continue its support of the Combined Arms Command and Control Trainer Upgrade System (CACCTUS) program. This is the second time the USMC awarded Riptide Software the CACCTUS contract, previously being awarded in 2011 for $44 million.
During the month of September, Riptide Software will be celebrating its 20th year in business. To commemorate our 20th anniversary, Riptide Software created a special 20th anniversary badge to serve as a testament to the hard work of Riptide Software employees.
For the third year in a row, Riptide Software has the distinct honor of making MT2’s Top Simulation and Training Companies list. Companies featured on this list are located worldwide and have made significant impact on the military training and simulation industry. These companies’ products allow the men and women of the U.S Armed Forces to train and rehearse for missions in theater or to prepare for deployment.
There’s been a lot of hacking lately, dating websites, cyber warfare companies, and now --cars. Yes, you heard right, cars. The lineup of Chrysler vehicles are totally hackable! Wired author, Andy Greenburg commissioned hackers, Miller and Valasek, to gain control of his Jeep. These hackers can easily gain access to your car’s computer and control everything from the radio, AC, wipers, and even shutting the engine off ---wirelessly.