The leading learning and mobile content management solution provider, Giunti Labs, will be offering previews – at this year’s Learning Technologies exhibition – of learn eXact Enterprise, the latest version of its learning content management system (LCMS).
This year, Learning Technologies – which is being held at London’s Olympia on 28th and 29th January 2009 – focuses on ‘Next generation learning at work’, and will provide examples of how technology-supported learning is crucial to business performance and success.
The LCMS, which is highly scalable – both on ‘vertical’ and ‘horizontal’ senses – is entirely SOA-based allowing services to be activated, de-activated or swapped with client-preferred services without impacting on overall platform performance.
This allows organisations to both extend the system’s functions, as required, and protect their investment by having a ‘future-proof’ LCMS.
learn eXact Enterprise has been created to support all aspects of management of the process and the contents for distant learning in an organisation.
In particular, it has been designed to be ‘non-disruptive’ to any existing corporate systems, and to maximize existing corporate knowledge banks.
Andrea Gentili, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer for Giunti Labs, explained: “Within learn eXact Enterprise, one server manages the client’s different communities, dividing them into different domains, and allows users access on an enterprise level or a project-by-project basis.
“Changes in content are tracked at browser level, to save and ensure consistency; while learner data can be sent to managers or directly fed into ERP systems.
“Reports related to course activity, enrolment and course access/monitoring are fully configurable and can be delivered via dedicated portal within the Enterprise application or over the client’s corporate portal.”
“Those using learn eXact Enterprise should experience more flexible workflow, while also gaining benefits from product features which make editing content, user roles and so on easier,” commented Fabrizio Cardinali, Giunti Labs’ CEO. “Users can also export data in XML format via web services.
“At the core of the LCMS is the ‘domains, users, rules, permissions’ module – known as DURP – which ‘structures’ the LCMS, allowing it to respond to complex user scenarios and also allowing users to structure and personalise the system,” he continued.
“This allows the LCMS to continue to be relevant as, over time, individuals take on new roles within the organisation as their competence and skill sets develop.”