The National Institute of Correstions Renews Their On-Demand Learn.com LearnCenter LMS/LCMS Contract

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Learn.com®, the leader in creating and projecting power-on-demand e-learning, today announced that the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) has renewed their LearnCenter LMS/LCMS contract after realizing significant success delivering on-demand e-learning to State, Local, Federal and International corrections agencies.

Learn.com®, the leader in creating and projecting power-on-demand e-learning, today announced that the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) has renewed their LearnCenter LMS/LCMS contract after realizing significant success delivering on-demand e-learning to State, Local, Federal and International corrections agencies.

“Our research and reports illustrate that we have realized significant training ROI because of LearnCenter. We have discovered that 32% of our users have completed courseware online versus zero just 24 months ago because of using the Learn.com product. The NIC Learning Center boasts a very significant course completion rate since our rollout 2 years ago. These statistics and findings continue to exceed our loftiest expectations,” said Chester Whitfield, Chief of Communication and Publications at The National Institute of Corrections.

“The NIC Learning Center is available to State, Local, Federal and International corrections personnel 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for on-demand e-learning and informal learning. We are extremely satisfied with our decision to switch from our previous LMS vendor to Learn.com. Learn.com has been a terrific service provider and partner. Since our partnership began, over 2 years ago, the company and its technology have continued to grow, evolve, and improve. We are a hosted or on-demand client and we have benefited greatly from Learn.com’s almost quarterly software upgrades that continue to make the system better and easier to use as well as reduce overall costs to the Federal Government while meeting or exceeding our mission requirements. What is most remarkable is that after all the free upgrades, the integrations Learn.com preformed with our internal systems have never broken,” added Whitfield.

“The Learn.com Support Team has been top notch from day one and it is not just one individual--it is the entire organization. Their ability to understand our needs and requirements on such short notice are recognized as being above and beyond what was and is expected from a non-government product provider. In fact, due to the capabilities of Learn.com we have expanded our relationship to develop one of our upcoming custom content courses to be hosted via the NIC Learning Center,” said Whitfield.

About NIC

The National Institute of Corrections (NIC) is an agency within the US Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons. The agency provides training, technical assistance, information services, and policy/program development assistance to Federal, State, Local and International corrections agencies. NIC also provides leadership to influence correctional policies, practices, and operations nationwide in areas of emerging interest and concern to correctional executives and practitioners as well as public policymakers.

About Learn.com

Learn.com® is the worldwide leader in creating and projecting power on-demand e‑learning with more than 50 million end users around the globe. Our proven suite of solutions will empower your organization to administer every aspect of its training and learning initiatives, including design, delivery, tracking, and implementation. Learn.com’s unwavering commitment to understanding client needs and goals allows us to partner with our clients to increase business performance. The Learn.com family of solutions includes the award-winning LearnCenter® learning management system (LMS / LCMS), the CourseMaker Studio® authoring tool, Mentor® EPSS and the 1,100 title Learn2® online course library.

For more information please visit http://www.learn.com or call 954-233-4000.

Learn.com, its logo, and LearnCenter are registered trademarks of Learn.com.

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