Its blend of technological excellence and commitment to e-learning standards has made eXact learning solutions is one of the world’s top LCMS solutions players. Designed to support a ‘Lean Learning Organization’ in delivering learning and knowledge content through online and mobile learning content management solutions and services, the eXact learning Suite is at the forefront of technology and is backed by the company’s two decades of experience in providing software solutions for e-learning.
Based in Agra, India, Renaissance eServices is a trans-oceanic knowledge-orientated firm that operates in the areas of e-learning development, graphics and animation, web technologies, marketing and law. Under the agreement, Renaissance eServices will distribute and supply the eXact Learning Content Management System (LCMS) and digital authoring tools to customers across the SAARC nations, including India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bhutan and Maldives.
The eXact learning LCMS is designed to support the creation and management of digital learning resources while increasing authors’ productivity, saving time and money and protecting the investment already made in existing learning materials. It uses a template approach to authoring, allowing professional content to be created quickly, and also uses responsive design to facilitate learner access to materials on computers, tablets or mobiles.
The LCMS’s easy-to-create pre-learning assessments enable the creation of tailored learning programmes that are automatically geared to each individual’s capabilities.
Federico Dondero, eXact learning solutions’ Sales Manager, commented: “Renaissance eService is well-known internationally for being expert as well as extremely able and innovative digital content producers. The company has been working with eXact learning solutions’ customers for several years designing and producing digital contents, in particular for E-Learning for Healthcare (e-LfH).
“This award-winning e-learning programme provides national, quality assured online training content for those in the healthcare profession in the UK. Involving the NHS and healthcare sector professional bodies, as well as eXact learning solutions, this Health Education England Programme contributes to the UK’s on-going revolution in healthcare training.
“The eXact learning LCMS is already used by several multinationals including VW, Bankia and Cegos,” he continued. “We hope that, in the wake of this agreement with Renaissance eServices, we’ll soon see more multinationals especially in the SAARC nations experiencing the many business and learning benefits that the eXact learning LCMS can bring.”
About eXact learning solutions
eXact learning solutions Srl (exact-learning.com), part of Lattanzio Group, is a leading software development company in the field of eLearning technology solutions. Its suite of applications includes:
• a learning content management system (eXact learning LCMS) which supports the production, management and delivery of digital contents and related services
• a tool to create, index, organize and package learning objects and courses (eXact learning Packager)
• tools to manage, issue and track content for mobile devices (eXact learning Mobile)
• a library of templates (eXact learning Content Models) to produce learning objects, conforming to SCORM, IMS and AICC standards.
All these tools are free-standing, scalable and can be integrated with both proprietary software and Open Source platforms.
About Lattanzio Group
Lattanzio Group is a leading management consultancy based in Italy which generates over 50% of its turnover from international activities. The Group’s range of expertise aims at growing the performance of businesses and public administration organizations. The founder and CEO of the company, Ezio Lattanzio, is the President of the Italian association of management consulting firms (Confindustria Assoconsult), President of the Italian Federation of Consulting, Communication, Research and Web publishing (Confindustria Intellect), the Chairman of the European Federation of Management Consultancies Associations (FEACO) and a member of the Main Board of the European Learning Industry Group (ELIG).