CodeBaby Announces 300th eLearning Customer
Thursday, March 24, 2011
Posted by: Joshua Steinfeld
Colorado Springs, Colo., March 23, 2011, CodeBaby, a leading provider of
eLearning solutions, is pleased to announce its 300th CodeBaby Studio
4.1 customer: Unisys.
CodeBaby Studio 4.1, an award willing
eLearning product, empowers customers to create and integrate engaging
3D CodeBaby Characters into eLearning courseware. With a diverse
selection of 30 high quality digital characters, over 450 realistic
drag-and-drop animations, and automatic lip-syncing that accommodates
recordings in any language, CodeBaby Studio 4.1 makes producing
eLearning application scenes fast & easy.
Like Unisys, many
of CodeBaby’s 300 eLearning customers are industry leaders: Ogilvy &
Mather, Dominos Pizza, University of Illinois, American Express, IBM
Canada, Lockheed Martin, US Bank and Verizon.
to expand in the eLearning space in 2005 based on two events,” said
CodeBaby CEO, Patrick Bultema. "First, CodeBaby Studio matured into a
product that made it very easy to create characters that added a human
dynamic to any online interaction. Second, the eLearning space was
exploding with many flexible courseware-authoring tools on the market
that worked seamlessly with our content. We are thrilled these events
have helped pave the way for us to acquire Unisys as our 300th eLearning
customer, a true milestone for our organization.”
Process for customer to implement CodeBaby Studio is as easy as 1-2-3!
don’t need a team of animators to create and deploy realistic 3D
characters in CodeBaby Studio 4.1. The product’s intuitive interface
enables customers to easily create a production with a few simple steps.
Studio 4.1 customers are empowered to design their overall course
structure as they see fit. Typically, the first decision for a user is
how they want to include a CodeBaby Character (digital character),
whether as a teaching instructor, an actor in a scene, or a learning
facilitator. After recording their audio file, customers simply import
that file and select a digital character in the product. CodeBaby
Studio 4.1 then automatically lip syncs to any language and adds natural
animations according to the audio file intonation. The customer is
then able to use advanced drag-and-drop animations, cameras and lighting
to complete the scene. Once satisfied, they export as a flash file and
import into their existing courseware authoring tool or LCMS for final
CodeBaby Studio 4.1 is used within several
industries including higher education, business services, insurance,
professional communications, financial services, healthcare,
hospitality, consumer services, utilities, non-profit, automotive, food
service, web services, and the US government. "There is no limit to the
industries that can utilize the product,” added Bultema.
is a privately held Internet software company with offices in Colorado
Springs, Colo. and Edmonton, Alberta. Its cutting edge technology
enables companies to quickly and easily create high-quality, realistic
digital character conversations that engage online customers and
eLearners to optimize results. For more information: www.codebaby.com
To Purchase CodeBaby Studio 4.1:
Studio is part of an eLearning software purchase through CodeBaby. For
more information or for a free 45-day trial, click here.
is a worldwide information technology company. Unisys provides a
portfolio of IT services, software, and technology that solves critical
problems for clients. Unisys specializes in helping clients secure their
operations, increase the efficiency and utilization of their data
centers, enhance support to their end users and constituents, and
modernize their enterprise applications.
To provide these
services and solutions, the Company brings together offerings and
capabilities in outsourcing services, systems integration and consulting
services, infrastructure services, maintenance services, and high-end
server technology. With approximately 23,000 employees, Unisys serves
commercial organizations and government agencies throughout the world.
For more information: http://www.unisys.com/unisys/