Leonard Tancuan to lead product development for online training software company
Palo Alto, Calif., October 18, 2010 – Mindflash.com, in its mission to provide the best online training software for small businesses, today announced that Leonard Tancuan has joined the company as Vice President of Product. Tancuan brings to Mindflash exceptional expertise in the development and marketing of online software across a variety of industries.
“I'm delighted to have Leonard onboard,” said Donna Wells, President and CEO, Mindflash. “His product experience will be incredibly valuable to us in driving innovation in online training, and achieving our goal of making training easier and more effective than ever before.”
Prior to joining Mindflash, Tancuan was VP of Product at UpTake Networks, a fast-growing travel search company, where he drove strategy to improve customer experience and engagement. He was previously at Shutterfly, Inc., the award-winning Internet-based personal publishing service, where he created and led the eCommerce Product Marketing Management team responsible for multiple areas of the site including: Photo Galleries, Marketing Tools and Storefront. He also served as Group Project Manager at eBay, Inc., where he led the product management team responsible for the conceptualization, design and launch of online tools targeted at eBay’s selling community of small- and medium-sized businesses.
“I'm excited to join the Mindflash team and start work on making online training as easy as possible,” said Tancuan. “I am passionate about technology that addresses and solves a universal problem. Training your employees should be an opportunity to grow and evolve your company. Mindflash is committed to making that a reality for small businesses and I’m looking forward to being a part of it.”
Mindflash solves a problem that virtually every small business faces: how to train employees on job-critical information quickly, easily and successfully, at an affordable cost. Mindflash allows users to:
– Create their training online in minutes by uploading files they already have;
– Be confident that their trainees understand the course content through quizzes;
– Receive automated reporting on course and trainee progress;
– Automate time-consuming tasks such as sending e-mail invitations and reminders, grading quizzes and analyzing trainee performance.
To sign up for a 30-day free trial of Mindflash.com go to: www.mindflash.com
Mindflash.com is on a mission to provide the best online training software for small businesses. Its breakthrough product makes employee training easier, faster and more cost-effective than ever before. Mindflash helps organizations give their employees the information they need to succeed. Its easy-to-use tools allow users to create online courses using content they already have, add quizzes to ensure understanding and get automated course management and reporting. Mindflash investors include the Investment Group of Santa Barbara (IGSB). The company is based in Palo Alto, Calif.
To learn more please visit www.mindflash.com