Within the next few days, eXact learning solutions (ELS) expects to launch the latest version of its award-winning learning content management system (LCMS).
This new version is further enriched with features designed to optimize the development and improve the quality of learning content. The new version – v. 11 – of the eXact learning LCMS:
“Selecting the most appropriate LCMS platform is vital since it enables users to make time savings when producing and maintaining content, as well as bringing savings in costs on such things as authoring tool licenses and data storage,” commented Federico Dondero, ELS’s International Sales Manager. “All of this contributes to producing a swift and sizeable return on investment (ROI) from the LCMS.”
During a webinar to outline the features and benefits of the new version of the LCMS as well as explain the organizational changes since ELS became a wholly owned subsidiary, earlier this year, of Lattanzio Group, Dondero explained that ELS’s being part of Lattanzio Group makes it stronger than before, with access to a wider range of resources. He said that these resources help the company to improve and expand its learning technology-related solutions – including version 11 of the eXact learning LCMS. Already, over 100 organisations worldwide – all of them leaders in different industries – have chosen to use eXact learning LCMS and related products.
ELS’s suite of applications includes:
Dondero’s co-presenter during the webinar – which attracted about 100 visitors from around the world, mostly from the Middle East and Europe - Senior Consultant, Francesco Pucci, explained thatall of these tools are free-standing, scalable and can be integrated with both proprietary software and open source platforms. He added: “Interoperability is guaranteed. All ELS products are compatible with all versions of SCORM.”
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