SALT LAKE CITY (May 1, 2008) — On May first, Allen announced the launch of their Learning Portal. The web-based technology promises to help their clients and prospective clients better manage and track their training efforts. It also rounds out Allen’s custom training offerings.
The Allen Learning Portal is Allen’s response to the growing need among customers and the learning marketplace. The Learning Portal provides flexibility in user size and business growth while maintaining a strong core of features and functionalities common to all LMSes. The low cost solution offers no per user licenses, a lower base cost, and less time needed for implementation.
“Providing the right fit for clients means our learning portal system can scale to meet both the size of their training and audience as well as the functionality needed,” states Ken Brower, CTO of Allen Communication Learning Services. “Because we listened to the needs of our clients, we focused on an easy to use, intuitive interface design, then backed it up with powerful .NET and XML technologies. This allowed a wide range of flexible customization options from branding to generating reports while maintaining a true LMS product underneath.”
Allen originally offered the Learning Portal to an exclusive group of clients as a learning management solution. Then, as more and more clients expressed the need for an easy to use, intuitive solution, Allen made it public. To learn more about the Learning Portal and take a product tour, direct your browser to www.allencomm.com/learning-portal.
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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