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Van de Redactie | 21-04-2003 | Article Rating | (0) reacties

NetDimensions Ships Enterprise Knowledge Platform™ 3.0

HONG KONG, April 11, 2003 — NetDimensions(www.netdimensions.com) has released version 3.0 of the Enterprise Knowledge Platform (EKP) learning management system. In response to feedback from existing clients, EKP 3.0 incorporates many enhancements and new features that increase functionality and ease of use. As with earlier releases, EKP 3.0 supports the SCORM 1.2 specification and multiple languages including English, Dutch, French, German, Chinese, Japanese and Korean. EKP 3.0 is available on a self-installing CD for the Windows NT/2000 platform allowing anyone to install a fully-functional LMS with sample data in less than two hours.

Existing clients have already been upgraded to EKP 3.0 and the response from e-learning professionals in those organizations has been overwhelmingly positive. After looking at EKP 3.0 one client responded: "We just wanted to tell you how wonderful the new enhancements are! Many, many people will be happy and their work load will be less as a result of the new release. We want to tip our hat to your talented team at NetDimensions!"

'Significant new features available with EKP 3.0 includes an Enrollment Policy Editor, Email Template Editor, secure file Repository Manager, Teach feature for instructors and Data Uploader for test questions. Features that have been enhanced to improve ease of use include the Catalog Editor, Report Customizer, Test Editor and User Manager. Features for system administrators have also been expanded and improved.

The EKP 3.0 Enrollment Policy Editor allows for enrollment policies to be designed and deployed quickly. When used in conjunction with the new Email Template Editor, complex, multi-step enrollment policies can be configured to meet the workflow requirements of any organization.

The new file Repository Manager offers a convenient and secure means of managing objects within EKP. The Repository Manager provides a central location through which course documents and other data such as news articles, multi-media files and reference materials can be uploaded and organized. Files and folders can be shared with other users and read/write permissions can be specified for both. The Repository Manager will save course instructors and administrators time when configuring courses and related materials.

EKP 3.0 will be sold and supported through NetDimensions' global network of partners. Trial versions of the self-installing CD can be requested either from a NetDimensions' partner or directly from NetDimensions by contacting sales@netdimensions.com.

The Enterprise Knowledge Platform
NetDimensions' main product is the Enterprise Knowledge Platform (EKP), a powerful, multilingual learning management system created to meet the training and development needs of local, regional and global organizations. EKP manages the entire learning process—from enrolling students and tracking their progress to delivering tests and reporting costs. A Web-based solution, EKP operates securely and reliably in any language that can be represented using the Unicode standard.

NetDimensions
NetDimensions creates software solutions that deliver and manage corporate training, assessment and certification programs. The company's software is noted for being flexible, global, open and scalable. NetDimensions' clients include Cathay Pacific Airways, HSBC and Visa International. For more information, visit www.netdimensions.com.


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