Real Ability is the brainchild of a core group of software engineers spearheaded by three individuals: Bill Kilpatrick, Jeff Wrigley, and Serge Loussinian. These three formed the senior management team of an 85-person software company sold in the late 1990s. Soon thereafter a new organization, Real Ability, was established to solve a long list of mission-critical on-line management and training issues Kilpatrick, Wrigley, and Loussinian confronted while directing their previous enterprise and its client base.
The Ability Manager software is the first of the company's three basic pillars.
Learning content is the second pillar. This content includes suites of surveys, exams, learning content, inspections, skills libraries, and org charting information.
Consulting services is the third pillar of Real Ability. The company's consulting services are designed to help businesses transform their enterprise into an effective on-line knowledge environment. These services are delivered by Real Ability's team of implementation experts.