October 2004
IT Training;Oct2004, p69
Trade Publication
The article reports that BdM Development's Essencia is a simple learning management solution for organisations wanting to launch and track e-learning content without the need for a full-blown LMS. Essencia was developed in response to customer demand for a straightforward means to launch and track online content, including content created on BdM's authoring tool Lectora. It runs on PCs with Windows 2000 or XP Professional, and can be used as a stand-alone or within current training administration systems.


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