PORTLAND, Ore.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--OpenSesame, the leader in on-demand elearning courses for the enterprise, showcased its newest product, the OpenSesame Enterprise Course Management System this week at the Association for Talent Development International Conference and Exposition in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Enterprise Course Management System enables enterprise companies with large groups of learners and disparate learning management systems (LMS) to aggregate and curate elearning content for distribution to internal and external learners.
“Several of our enterprise customers were challenged with managing and deploying multiple content libraries to disparate LMS systems within their organization,” says Don Spear, CEO of OpenSesame. “We are pleased that companies such as Caterpillar and Siemens are now leveraging the OpenSesame Enterprise Course Management System to centralize and manage all of their elearning content in a single system and seamlessly integrate with any LMS system in their ecosystem.”
With the OpenSesame Enterprise Course Management System, companies can present a single, seamless experience for their learners to find the right training content they need to meet their business objectives. System administrators can browse and add internally developed content, OpenSesame courses, or any SCORM, AICC or video content to their corporate content catalog for integration into any LMS. Reporting on learner activity and budget tracking will be easily accessible.
Visit the OpenSesame booth (#1011) to see a demonstration of the world’s largest library of elearning courses at the Association for Talent Development International Conference and Exposition May 21-24 in Atlanta, Georgia.
OpenSesame is the trusted provider of on-demand elearning courses for the enterprise. Serving Global 2000 companies, OpenSesame delivers:
- The most flexible buying options to maximize your budget
- The broadest catalog with 20,000+ courses from the world's leading publishers, updated constantly
- Compatible with every Learning Management System (LMS)
For more information, visit www.OpenSesame.com.