AdVal Entry-Level LMS

October 2004
IT Training;Oct2004, p69
Trade Publication
The article informs that AdVal Inc.'s new AICC and SCORM-conformant LMS offers simple loading of student information or course data, with flexible management reporting capability. It can scale to thousands of users and has low bandwidth requirements, as well as a fully customisable user interface. Created to complement, rather than replace, existing HR systems, it has a complete link-up to PeopleSoft HR. A complete training record is available through tracking of traditional as well as online courses. Full historical tracking means everything the system has ever done is fully logged and date-stamped, and a detailed audit trail traces all administrator actions.


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