Our software integrates with the latest IP camera technology. Observe in real-time or review recorded high definition video in 1080p resolution. Auto-gaining discrete microphones provide high-quality perfectly synchronized audio, great for picking up soft voices.
Tag specific points within a recording either during live observation or during the review process. These points can have searchable descriptions associated with them. These “markers” are great for providing feedback. A marker allows users to easily jump right to that point in the video similar to chapters in a DVD.
Use the Beam application to turn any iOS device into a mobile capture platform that integrates seamlessly with the back end VALT application.
All of the videos are stored and managed by a built-in searchable database. Tag videos with data like scenario/student name or therapy type for easy lookup and review.
Colleges and universities are becoming increasingly technology-heavy institutions and for good reason: it aligns with how newer generations of students prefer and are used to learning.
This preferred method of learning is no different for business, sales, and marketing students.
Students today favor visual learning and hands-on activities over hours of reading and memorizing theoretical business concepts. Because of this, video is beginning to play a huge role in teaching and learning.
Sales classes now incorporate many more role-play scenarios, sales management simulations, sales competitions, simulated sales pitches, and mock interviews to better develop their students’ sales skills. By recording these activities using the VALT video observation and recording software, students are able to review their performances with their professor to understand what they’re doing right and what they can improve on. The VALT video system is inexpensive and extremely user-friendly and requires no special equipment to view sales training activities. Tens of thousands of hours of video can be stored on the VALT server, allowing students to access a myriad of video segments to assist in the learning process.
Sales role-play has long been a reliable method for training sales professionals in the private sector but is also now appearing in the college classroom. In professional settings, sales role-plays were perfect for informal training sessions, however, was difficult to properly evaluate in the classroom until recently.
With the use of cameras that capture HD-quality video and sound, reviewing, evaluating, and recording sales student role-play scenarios has become a simple experience.
The VALT IP cameras and microphones are very portable and can be easily set up at remote locations, should you wish to record a role-play scenario away from outfitted rooms. The Beam mobile capture application allows you to record video remotely using a tablet or smartphone. When you return to the building WiFi, the video content is automatically uploaded to the VALT central server.
Sales competitions are not only the perfect way for sales students to test their sales knowledge and abilities against a group of their peers, but to also network with like-minded students and professionals from across the city, state, or even nation.
During a collegiate sales competition, judges will usually watch students perform a variety of sales role-play scenarios, sales pitches, and sales management simulations to determine who a winner may be.
By utilizing a video observation and recording system such as VALT, sales competition judges are able to view each presentation in-depth by slowing down, rewinding, and marking important aspects of a participant’s video. Markers allow judges to quickly go back to important aspects of a video without needing to search through an entire recording.
A college’s main goal is to prepare its students to succeed in their career after they graduate, and this also includes acquiring that first job out of college.
Many higher education institutions now offer mock interviews for their students, whether it be through their college career center or a student’s own business classes, where professionals can evaluate a student’s interview performance.