LMS: SPEED, SIMPLICITY, ACCESSIBILITY FOR KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER

Eedo is increasing productivity throughout the organization by providing faster, more effective knowledge transfer and on the- job performance support.

Eighty-five per cent of Eedo’s global customers — including Sony Ericsson, Boeing, Metlife and Apria Healthcare — practice dynamic content delivery, which refers to the ability to distribute approved content to end-users immediately, either directly from a learning content management system (LCMS), or through integration with learning management or other human resource systems or portals. This immediacy means end-users are using the most current, reliable information; there is no lag time.

With dynamic delivery, new or revised content is available immediately and can be accessed when needed. As well, it can be made available in the format most suitable for the task at hand, including formal elearning courses, key-word searches, context- sensitive help or performance support. The content may be delivered through a portal or within an application; on a computer or a handheld device. 

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