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A number of businesses today document their standard operating procedures and other employee training guides in order to more quickly get new workers up to speed. But today for many industries, those documents are created in Microsoft Word and stuck in a binder. A company called HowFactory, launching today at TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2015, believes it has a better way — especially for those in the manufacturing industries where a lot of information is more effectively communicated visually.
The company was founded by a team whose backgrounds include time spent training employees across a variety of sectors. Co-founder and CEO Trace Steffen previously started a company that was focused on helping companies in manufacturing improve their processes and training information. And co-founder and COO Kenny Stevenson used to work for a consulting firm that did industrial training.
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