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THINQ TrainingServer LMS and Trivantis’ Lectora Publisher now plug-and-play compatible


The THINQ TrainingServer® Learning Management System (LMS) now seamlessly launches, tracks and manages courseware that content developers and subject matter experts (SMEs) create
with Trivantis' Lectora Publisher Enterprise LMS Edition authoring tool.

The integration expands the broad universe of THINQ-compatible tools and content, and affirms the company's ongoing commitment to supporting e-learning environments where users can seamlessly run e-learning content.

Lectora Publisher enables non-technical content authors to develop sophisticated, multimedia e-learning courses quickly and easily without programming knowledge. The THINQ TrainingServer LMS launches, tracks and centrally manages corporate training in all formats, including online,
classroom, books, videos and virtual classroom courses.

THINQ and Trivantis have tested their products' interoperability and are providing free documentation outlining the easy steps that make Lectora-authored courseware work with the THINQ LMS. Learners can use the THINQ LMS to find Trivantis-authored courses, take the courses, and automatically record their scores and completions in permanent transcripts their employers can analyze.

"The combination of Lectora Publisher and the THINQ TrainingServer LMS is a '1+1=5' partnership," said Jeff Harris, vice president of marketing for Trivantis. "Together these two highly acclaimed and highly compatible products provide high-speed content creation and delivery capabilities throughout an enterprise to expand the opportunities and effectiveness of e-learning."

Dave Egan, THINQ's vice president of business development, said, "Trivantis gives our customers an important e-learning tool in Lectora, and both companies' strong commitment to standards will greatly simplify our
customers' integration efforts. If e-learning really is to rival Internet usage in the near future, forward-thinking e-learning vendors need to continue tearing down the proprietary walls between courseware, content,
authoring tools and learning management systems."

THINQ Web site


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