IntraLearn Software Corp. Announces Groundbreaking New LearningServer for SharePoint - Application Places Enterprise Learning System Directly Inside Microsoft SharePoint

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IntraLearn Software Corp. of Northboro, Mass., a leading supplier of Microsoft technology-based, turnkey e-Learning software, announced today the release of its new LearningServer for SharePoint. The enterprise learning application is designed specifically for Microsoft SharePoint users who see mission-critical learning as an organizational imperative and seek to dramatically maximize their SharePoint investment.

IntraLearn Software Corp. of Northboro, Mass., a leading supplier of Microsoft technology-based, turnkey e-Learning software, announced today the release of its new LearningServer for SharePoint. The enterprise learning application is designed specifically for Microsoft SharePoint users who see mission-critical learning as an organizational imperative and seek to dramatically maximize their SharePoint investment.

By transparently integrating with SharePoint, LearningServer exploits SharePoint’s powerful capabilities in document management, integration with the Microsoft Office system, single log-on, portals, localization and SharePoint Server dashboard capabilities. The turnkey application delivers a system capable of quickly delivering and managing learning across an entire enterprise. What SharePoint enables in document sharing, storage, security and distribution can now be extended to learning. SharePoint users can derive more value from their informational assets by converting them to measurable learning that is immediately available to everyone who needs it, no matter where they are or the language they speak.    

“Our history and vision is consistently focused on building e-Learning software as a commodity,” said Jerry Goguen, CEO of IntraLearn. “SharePoint Server eliminates much of the underlying elements we would have required that are fundamental to our application. The net result is a familiar yet rich experience at a fraction of the cost of other solutions.”

Learning Server for SharePoint is a software application that enables the rapid delivery of blended learning from within SharePoint. Content is created in the Microsoft Office system, off-the shelf authoring tools or imported courseware from third-party vendors. The system manages both interactive eLearning and live learning events. The product also introduces a new modular design that lets customers build their own learning system from the bottom-up, purchasing only the functionality they need when they need it. These “Collections” plug directly into Learning Server for SharePoint to provide substantial functionality like Collaboration, Content Management, Career Development and Enhanced Management.    

“Learning Server for SharePoint is a terrific example of an application that that been designed to take advantage of the powerful document management and enterprise collaboration strengths of SharePoint,” said Kurt DelBene, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Office Server Group. “By adding an important learning environment directly into the upcoming SharePoint Server 2007, it will extend the Microsoft Office system and SharePoint Server 2007 value even further for customers.”

About IntraLearn

IntraLearn Software Corp. of Northboro, Mass. is the leading provider of Microsoft technology-based eLearning software applications for corporate enterprises, academic institutions and non-profits. Along with operations in the UK, Brazil, Singapore and India, IntraLearn software is distributed worldwide through authorized IntraLearn partners to more than 2,000 major organizations in 19 languages and 45 countries. Established in 1997, IntraLearn is a five-time Microsoft Gold Certified Partner with both ISV and Microsoft Business Solutions proficiencies. To learn more, visit us at http://www.intralearn.com.

Copyright 2006 IntraLearn Software Corporation. All rights reserved. IntraLearn is the trademark of IntraLearn Software Corporation. Microsoft products are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Other brands and products are trademarks of their respective owners.

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