Held in London’s Olympia on 3rd and 4th February 2016, the show, which includes a conference and exhibition, regularly attracts over 7,000 visitors from around the world.
The advances in the eXact learning solutions’ suite of products - eXact learning LCMS, eXact learning Packager and eXact learning Mobile in evidence on the company’s exhibition stand (D7) at the show will particularly illustrate their configurability, reusability and versatility.
Among other things, in addition to experiencing greater general GUI configurability within the LCMS, users can now import and use files from the MS Office suite. They can also generate an app or an Android application package (APK) for any learning object/course and upload it to mobile stores such as Google Play and Apple Store.
In addition, there is now an XML-based templates library which enables xAPI-based statements to be tracked on any pre-configured learning record system (LRS).
The third part of the eXact learning solutions’ suite of products eXact learning Mobile provides an LMS platform for mobile devices. It consists of two “building blocks” eXact Mobile Server (EMS) as well as mobile applications for iOS and Android-based devices, including a Windows 10 app.
Although integrated with the eXact learning LCMS, eXact learning Mobile can also be used, as an independent tool, with other systems. Valerio Torda, eXact learning solutions’ CEO, commented,“With this new generation app, users can download learning materials to their mobile devices and work on them offline wherever they are, thanks to among other things tracking data and a synchronization process that enables automatic alignment between client apps and the LMS that hosts learners’ performance data.
“We’re looking forward to welcoming visitors to our stand at the Learning Technologies show especially members of the eXact learning club,” he added.
Launched in July this year and intended for users of its suite of products, this club provides a means of direct communication to enable the products’ developers to gain valuable user feedback. In return, members have privileged access to tutorials, guides,“how-to” videos, news and case studies related to the eXact learning suite of products.
For more details about eXact learning solutions and its suite of products, visit the company's website.
About eXact learning solutions
eXact learning solutions (exact-learning.com) is a leading, business solution provider in the field of Digital Learning Content Management. Its content lifecycle care solutions include modular and interoperable tools enabling, supporting and optimizing specific processes within a Digital Learning Content ecosystem: collaborative content creation; structured and workflow-based content management, and multiple output delivery of content in any desired format, channel, device and language, with any look & feel.
The eXact learning Suite comprises a fully-fledged, enterprise-wide Learning Content Management System (eXact learning LCMS), a professional template-based authoring environment, comprising an advanced, local client application and a 100% web-based tool (eXact learning Packager and Online Editor) as well as an app to manage, deliver and track learning content through iOS and Android-based mobile devices (eXact learning Mobile).
The eXact learning solutions’ end-to-end provisioning is completed by a full set of high level professional services including consulting, training and technical support in the field of Digital Learning Content Management.
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 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).