Netwoven Inc.,has announced its support and sponsorship of the Microsoft Neurodiversity in the High Tech Workforce Conference, June 2, Microsoft Technology Briefing Center, Mountain View, CA. In addition, the company is developing an Office 365 portal solution which will enable organizations to better support employees with learning disabilities such as ADD, ADHD and other medical conditions.
Neurodiversity is a worldwide movement that maintains dyslexia to be a variation of human brain wiring and suggests that to better understand the perspectives of those with learning disabilities, employers should not try to see the world through their eyes, but understand it through their brains.
Ninety percent of all disabilities in the workforce are invisible. As a leading Enterprise Information Management company, Netwoven is committed to helping companies support their learning disabled workforce, allowing them to excel by offering unique cloud and content collaboration tools to integrate with Microsoft’s Office 365 and SharePoint solutions.
“Netwoven has received customer requests to help support their learning disabled workforce with solutions that adhere to their alternate thinking,” said Niraj Tenany, CEO, Netwoven. “I put the challenge before our skilled team of experts, and they are developing a portal solution that can educate and assist employees with learning disabilities.”
Featured speakers and panelists at the day-long conference will provide insight and research discovery on neurodiversity and discuss such topics as: self-empowerment through facilitated communication and other non-verbal forms of communication. Additionally, attendees will have an opportunity to attend a demonstration of dyslexia simulation and hear featured keynote speakers and panelists.
Netwoven is a proud sponsor of the Neurodiversity in the High Tech Workforce Conference. To empower your organization with design and deployment of business collaboration, analytics, digital marketing and CRM solutions, contact Netwoven at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (877) NETWOVEN.