Alteris Group Wins Brandon Hall Group Bronze for Best Advance in Mobile Learning Technology

December 11, 2015 | Posted by Libby Black | Training, Alteris News

Alteris Group and Ford Motor Company were awarded a Bronze Medal for the Best Advance in Mobile Learning Technology at the 2015 Brandon Hall Group Excellence in Technology Awards for developing the 2016 Ford Truck Component Guide App.

Decoding Digital Media: Alteris Group Adds New Software Engineers and Digital Solutions Manager

September 02, 2014 | Posted by Libby Black | Alteris News

Fifteen years ago, digital media was still new and the digital media makers still rare. People created digital projects just because they could, not because they made sense...or even made a return on investment. But today, digital media is driving marketing campaigns and learning curricula, taking the lead from more traditional media forms. And with that exponential growth comes maturity. Now, the real urgency is not for the digital media makers per se, but the digital media thinkers, people...

Press Release - Alteris Group LLC Moves Headquarters to Support Pace of Growth

May 14, 2014 | Posted by Libby Black | Alteris News

Southfield, Mich. – Alteris Group LLC, a training and marketing company that focuses on client results and strong relationships, has moved its office from Inkster Rd. to a new location at 26600 Telegraph Road in Southfield, Mich. The new office opened for business May 1. “We are grateful for our clients’ commitment to Alteris Group, demonstrated by the pace of business growth over the last several years,” says John Thompson, owner and partner at Alteris Group.

The Ancient Art of Origami Meets the Digital Age in our 10th Anniversary Video

December 14, 2012 | Posted by Libby Black | Alteris News, Video

To celebrate its 10 year anniversary, Alteris Group recently combined its strengths in video production and technology to create a stop motion video with origami and digital animation. It was also a way to say thank you to all the clients who have been there along the way. Digital Creative Director Sarah Biller teamed up with Writer Rick Dennis to create the concept. The idea for taking the origami sculpture used in the stop motion animation and having it move onto the computer screen...