SALT LAKE CITY (Jan. 14, 2005) — Allen Communication Learning Services, a nationally recognized custom e-learning development firm, announced today that its learning management portal solution appears in “Low-Cost Learning Management Systems: 17 Products for Limited Budgets” and LMS KnowledgeBase 2005 by brandon-hall.com.
With no per-user licensing fees, Allen Communication Learning Portal empowers organizations to easily administer, track and report on their corporate training initiatives without the high price of most learning management systems.
“Walking through the interface was so easy to navigate that we could have accomplished almost all of the tasks without instruction,” said a brandon-hall.com analyst in LMS KnowledgeBase 2005. “The classroom management features were impressive and included integration with Outlook, Lotus Notes, and other calendaring applications.”
“If they have to choose, we counsel clients to invest in the learning rather than the management system,” said Ron Zamir, CEO Allen Communication.
“Our learning portals focus on the learning process and less on the plethora of features and functionality that make some LMS solutions unwieldy and expensive,” he said. “It has always been our philosophy that such systems need to be customized to a company’s unique needs and the cost of such systems needs to be minimal.”
Visit www.brandon-hall.com to purchase “Low-Cost Learning Management Systems” and access LMS KnowledgeBase 2005.
About Allen Communication Learning Services:
For over 25 years, Allen Communication Learning Services (www.allencomm.com) has helped improve the training processes and methods of numerous Fortune 500 companies. With a rich history in training that started with the introduction of the world’s first commercial interactive videodisc system, today the company is recognized as a leader in custom training, e-learning, blended learning, and learning portal development. Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, Allen’s mission is to align organizations’ training initiatives with their business objectives by developing the optimal learning solution for each organization.
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