Athens, Georgia, USA, January 08, 2015 The latest version – 6.5 – of Docebo’s Cloud-based, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Enterprise learning management system (LMS) contains further enhancements to its features and apps intended to cement its position in the top ten of the world’s learning management systems (LMSs).
Named the seventh best LMS in the world out of some 600, in January last year, by independent market analyst, Craig Weiss, Docebo’s e-learning platform is currently used by over 800 organizations around the world. Many of these client organizations are large, global companies which use the Docebo LMS to co-ordinate the learning of many thousands of learners belonging to different cultures and living in different time zones.
In particular, the new version of the Docebo LMS includes the MOOC Builder which helps administrators setup a Corporate Massive Open Online Course (MOOC).
“Thanks to the flexibility of cloud technology and an integrated ecosystem of add-on apps and cool features, activating the MOOC Builder in your platform enables you to setup your platform to create Corporate MOOCs,” commented Docebo’s CEO, Claudio Erba. “There are further details of the MOOC Builder, including how to use it to create a MOOC, on the Docebo website.”
MOOC Builder can make a public course catalog visible even to non-registered users; enable self-registration to the LMS from the public page; enable you to sell courses to end users (via the E-commerce App) and create a more engaging environment for users in order to increase user retention (via the Gamification App).
Claudio added: “In the business-to-business sector, MOOCs are increasingly being used for customer training – in order to attract potential, and engage existing customers. Docebo’s MOOC Builder has been developed to make this process a great deal simpler and easier for our clients.”
Also included in Docebo 6.5 is a new Offline player app that allows users to download SCORM courses onto their Windows desktop computers and run them offline. When users go back online, they can synchronize their courses and their progress back to the LMS.
Furthermore, Docebo’s Enterprise customers can take advantage of integration with Okta, an integrated identity and mobility management platform that connects people to their applications from any device.
This integration allows users to create a Docebo app inside Okta. By clicking on the app, learners logged in to Okta can automatically single-sign on (SSO) to Docebo – both behind the firewall and in the cloud. In addition, with intuitive interfaces for the browser, iOS and Android, learners are presented with all of their apps quickly, so they can get to work immediately.
Other refinements to version 6.5 of the Docebo LMS include enhancements relating to reports and notification scheduling for administrators as well as improvements to the ‘look’ of the LMS for users.
The Docebo LMS enables users to manage the entire training process within the organization – from designing and planning, to deploying pure e-learning, blended and instructor-led training. To try Docebo 6.5 for yourself, visit: www.docebo.com