True Office’s learning technology transforms outdated training content into interactive courses.

Our frameworks use game mechanics and motivational techniques, so users actually like learning. Plus, we deliver game-changing analytics that go beyond pass/fail to tell you what your people understand and what they don’t. We help leading organizations with risk and compliance, information security, sales and product training, customer support, professional development, and more.

We help you transform your content into interactive learning experiences that generate rich analytics and insight.

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We bring our customers’ content to life through one or more of our four interactive learning frameworks:


Accelerates learning and adapts to individual proficiency


Challenges behaviors and simulates complex decision making


Identifies and fills knowledge gaps in policy and regulation


Guides customers through complex products and services

Case Studies

Designed an adaptive learning, awareness, and analytics framework with several leading global institutions in response to complex and evolving information security threats. The solution not only motivates learners, embraces policy and controls, and facilitates skill building, but also generates real-time data analytics. The analytics identify hard-to-spot risk trends for targeted corrective actions.

Leading global company rolled-out Anti-Bribery and Corruption training using True Office’s ‘Explore’ framework and analytics engine.  The immediate benefits were higher degrees of understanding, retention, and ultimately behavior change. An academic case study was carried out to test and confirmed these results compared to traditional training. Using the analytics engine, this company was able to identify and remediate risk areas, which would have otherwise gone unnoticed.


Adam Sodowick
Founder & CEO


Adam Sodowick founded True Office in 2010 to solve a long-standing problem: the tedium, high cost and the unquantifiable nature of regulatory compliance training. Recognizing that humans are hardwired to learn via stories and games, True Office was born with a mission to create a new industry standard. Today he leads the company in creating data-rich, desktop and mobile compliance games

that help companies identify risk, reduce costs and educate employees on highly complex, risk-sensitive business issues in a smart and fun way. Prior to founding True Office, Adam was the co-founder and CEO of 50 Lessons. 50 Lessons is widely recognized as the world’s pre-eminent collection of multimedia business insights from global business leaders. Initially backed by the BBC, 50 Lessons was acquired by Skillsoft in 2011. Adam holds a BA from Bard College.

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Cristobal Conde
Executive Chairman

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Cristóbal Conde serves as the Executive Chairman of True Office and works shoulder to shoulder with the Executive team on all aspects of company building. Cris formerly served as SunGard’s president and Chief Executive Officer from 2002 until 2011. At the end of his tenure, SunGard was the largest privately-held business software and IT services company in the world, ranked 380 on the Fortune 500 and employed 26,000 people.

Prior to joining SunGard, Cris co-founded Devon Systems, which was acquired by SunGard in 1987. Cris first worked with True Office when he was Executive-in-Residence at the 2012 FinTech Innovation Lab which supports the development of cutting edge technologies for the financial services industry in New York City. Born in Santiago, Chile, Cris holds a B.Sc. in Astronomy and Physics from Yale University.

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Jon Lawitts
Director of Game Design

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Jon Lawitts is responsible for the design and construction of True Office’s games, leveraging his extensive background in game design, animation and music.

An award winning animator who commands a wide variety of skills in multimedia, Jon has previously worked at the Relational Agents Group, The Boston Museum of Science and other institutions across the Boston area. Jon received his BS from Northeastern University in Multimedia and Animation.

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Aaron Hoffman
Creative Director

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Aaron Hoffman helms the creative direction of True Office. His passion for problem solving via design can be seen in everything from the True Office brand

to the visual foundation of our products. Aaron is as an award-winning animator, illustrator/designer, and art director. He cut his teeth in advertising, working for brands like FedEx and Pepsi, and on projects for the Field Museum and Columbia University. He received his BFA in Visual Communication (Design) and

Animation from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where he served as art director of F Newsmagazine and garnered awards from the Associated Collegiate Press and SAIC.

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Neha Gupta
MD, Global Head of Product Management

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Neha Gupta is responsible for driving True Office’s product strategy and delivering on the company’s growth plan. She brings an impressive track record of driving strategy and delivering results across industries.

Prior to joining True Office, Neha worked for Citigroup as the Chief Administrative Officer for Institutional Clients Group Technology. Previously, Neha led a newspaper publishing company as Co-CEO and Business Manager and consulted for Fortune 500 firms on management and marketing strategy.

Neha has also held leadership positions with not for profit organizations, including IEEE where she received several awards in recognition for her efforts. Neha holds an MBA in Management and Business Strategy from Rutgers Business School and a BE in Computers and Electrical Engineering from the Honors College of Engineering at Rutgers.

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Jillian Darling
Solution Architect

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Jillian Darling oversees all True Office learning frameworks from inception to customer implementation, and is responsible for executing on the

company’s product roadmap. Previously, she was the Director of Operations at What’s What, LLC, where she led the customer service and moderation teams. Jillian has consulted for a variety of early stage growth companies, founded and led a nonprofit educational organization, and was a founding employee and project manager at Exelixis Pharmaceuticals. She has an MBA from the Simmons School of Management and an M.S. in Biology from Boston College.

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Kara Casey
Manager, Customer Experience

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Kara Casey is a part of the True Office sales engine, helping our customers to transform their training using our platform. She also oversees True Office’s strategic partnerships. Prior to joining True Office, Kara worked for Thomson Reuters, selling multimedia and corporate communications solutions to public and private companies and organizations. She earned her BA

in International Studies from Boston College.

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Jason Shore

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Jason Shore oversees True Office’s financial operations, working closely with the Executive team to develop strategy and to implement the company’s growth plan. Prior to joining True Office, Jason was Chief Operating Officer of Yankee Group, overseeing the company’s financial planning and analysis, information technology infrastructure, human resources, order fulfillment and business processes. Previously, Jason

was the co-CEO and CFO of Pharmedica Communications & CFO of SBX Management. The bulk of his extensive financial experience has been with various divisions of Unilever, N.V., in the U.S. and Israel. Jason holds a B.A. degree in history and math from Colgate University and an M.B.A. degree in finance from the University of Michigan.

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Jeremy Rothman-Shore

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Jeremy Rothman-Shore is responsible for the design, architecture and development of the technology that powers True Office Games, as well as ensuring that they meet the needs of our customers. Prior to joining True Office, Jeremy was the Global Architect of Kenexa’s (now IBM) BrassRing product, a SaaS application tracking system that powers the hiring operations of some of the world’s largest companies. He’s previously worked at several start-ups, including six years as

Co-Founder and Vice

President of Research and Development of ZoomInfo. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Brown University. Despite a shared surname, there is no relation between Jeremy and True Office’s CFO, Jason Shore.

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James Reed
Sales Manager (UK)

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James leads True Office’s EMEA presence, handling key clients and channel partners. He contributes with 27 years of experience in client facing roles in Corporate

Learning, Consulting and IT.

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Patrick Wack

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Patrick Wack is on the Board of Directors for True Office. Over the past 20 years, Patrick has successfully helped create and lead high-growth companies in technology and health care services. Currently he serves as Chairman of IntraLinks (NYSE: IL) where he was previously the CEO. Since 2008, Patrick has been a partner at Rho Ventures, focusing on investments in information technology, particularly Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). Previously, Patrick was COO of Professional Sports Care Management, a leading provider of outpatient physical therapy. He is a former college football player and an active tennis player. Patrick received a B.S.E.

from Princeton University.

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David Eisner

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David Eisner is on the Board of Directors of True Office. He is the former President and CEO of TheMarkets.com (sold to McGraw-Hill in 2010), and has more than 20 years of combined capital markets and Internet experience.

Before the TheMarkets, David founded iExchange.com and served as its CEO. Prior to that, David worked at Jefferies Group (Exec VP – Office of the Chairman), Bear Stearns and at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson in New York. David serves on the boards of several charitable and civic organizations. He received his BS with a double major in Accounting and Government from American University. David earned a JD from Boston University.

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Orson is the face of True Office, representing the company’s dedication to learning and interactivity. As an owl, he evokes intelligence and insight. His shape mimics a hand as a reminder that great learning tools (like True Office) are engaging and dexterous. Though Short-eared Owls are generally brown and white, he prefers to be seen in red, green, or blue because these three colors form the basis of all digital color. Orson has received no degrees or education as he is, in fact,

a graphic.

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