Understanding the Role of Training in the Extended Enterprise

Litmos

The flip side could well be hosting the other stakeholders’ content, or serving as a channel for it, so that engineers can see the product material from the supplier, and the supplier can see the product information about the product they contributed to. Before being acquired by Litmos, ViewCentral was the best kept secret in our industry for supporting the extended enterprise. ViewCentral is now Litmos Training Ops. There’s much talk about the ‘extended enterprise’ today.

mLearning: The Latest Trends and Why You Should Care

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" E-paper eReaders will be one of the major disruptive technologies of the early 21st century," said analyst Nick Hampshire of MediaIdeas, "it will change the nature of publishing and related print industries forever, ushering in a host of innovative ways to present, market, and distribute content." She has more than 20 years of high tech marketing experience and was VP of Marketing for the ViewCentral LMS (acquired by Rainmaker in 2006).

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Selecting a Learning “Operations” System for your Training Business

rapidLD

Since they are not a ‘true’ LMS, these event management tools cannot adequately handle the tracking, hosting and delivery of eLearning courses. CallidusCloud’s ViewCentral cloud-based training operations management system has been helping businesses deliver extended enterprise training since 1999. ViewCentral was recently named a Top 10 Partner & Channel LMS vendor by Talented Learning. ViewCentral was recently acquired by Callidus Cloud.

2015 Talented Learning LMS Vendor Award Recipients

Talented Learning

They were expensive to purchase, implement, maintain, host, upgrade and replace. ViewCentral. Learning management systems didn’t die. They evolved, and today we recognize them. Quick LMS History. Corporate LMSs were invented almost 30 years ago to manage and report on the training and compliance of their employees and contractors. Much of the investment was upfront and only the largest companies or companies with the most compliance risk exposure could afford an LMS.