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Nottingham, Notts, United Kingdom, 2009/07/13 - Atlantic Link, the world’s leading provider of collaborative rapid e-learning authoring software, is delighted to announce that the Royal Yachting Association have joined their list of customers.
The Royal Yachting Association looked at a number of e-learning solutions before selecting Atlantic Link. Key factors in the selection process included ease of use, author collaboration, the high level of interactivity that could be built by non-programmers and the accessibility of the finished courses.
The ability to create content with any look and feel, as opposed to rigid ‘template’ based systems, was also a significant benefit of Atlantic Link’s Content Point software.
Atlantic Link’s Sales Manager, Sean Reddington, commented: "Our customer base is still growing ahead of the market as more and more organisations realise that collaborative e-learning development is the only way to go. Users are looking to break away from the limitations of desktop authoring tools and our continued success shows that we have the technology that the market wants.”
“Modern Web 2.0 tools such as ours solve all of the traditional problems of e-learning development. Customers are now demanding collaborative authoring, server based development, automatic accessibility, full workflow, instantaneous publishing to the Internet and more.”
"Content Point’s built-in issue-management and QA functionality allow each team member to log their notes, comments, concerns and tasks directly into the presentation for ease of retrieval and review – a powerful real-time communication benefit unmatched by competitors."
“In the last few months alone, we have added BDO Stoy-Hayward, Scottish Power, Urenco, Thomas Cook, Brighthouse and the University of Salford to our client list. This means we’ve had a record breaking start to 2009, following on from 2008 when we grew by 100%.”
Atlantic Link (atlantic-link.co.uk) provides the world's most advanced rapid e-learning authoring tools – a revolution in rapid e-learning. Our revolutionary collaborative development tools are changing the way organisations create e-learning