Since launching the first version about a decade ago, eLeaP has proven to offer organizations a way to more effectively train employees at a lower cost.
Louisville, KY (PRWEB) January 22, 2014
Telania, LLC has released the newest version of its premier eLeaP Learning Management System, featuring better reporting, a more modernized design and simpler interface, improved interactive support and time-saving functions for administrators.
eLeaP allows companies to easily develop and implement flexible and customized online training courses on virtually any topic. It provides an easy-to-use platform to transform existing company files into interactive e-learning courses.
E-learning has become a primary way for companies and nonprofits to conveniently and effectively train employees while lowering training costs.
“Since launching the first version about a decade ago, eLeaP has proven to offer organizations a way to more effectively train employees at a lower cost,” Telania President and founder Don Weobong said.
The newest version reduces course development time even more and improves ease of use, ensuring a higher rate of course completion.
Some of the innovations featured in the new eLeaP LMS include:
- More modern design for easy access
- Simple and uncluttered user interface
- Mobile-device compatibility
- “Help” tool function for on-the-fly interactive support
- Intuitive course progress menus designed to increase training completion rates
- Time-saving enhanced administrator/instructor workspace area
- Improved testing and interactive features
- Enhanced reporting capabilities
For currents users of eLeaP, all functions and data entered from existing versions will seamlessly and automatically update and transfer to the new version. All course content will also fully integrate.
eLeaP is currently being used by more than 450 companies internationally, with 150,000 course lessons created to date through the eLeaP software platform, Weobong said.
The American Society for Training and Development 2013 State of the Industry Report indicates that the percentage of training using traditional classroom instruction has been steadily decreasing since 2009. Classroom instruction decreased 6 percent from 2010 through 2012. During the same time period, e-learning training increased from 8 percent in 2010 to 10 percent in 2012.
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About Telania, LLC
Based in Louisville, Ky., Telania, LLC was founded by Ghana native Don Weobong, who created the company’s premier product eLeaP as a graduate student working on his thesis. Telania, LLC is a software solutions provider offering organizations tools to improve efficiency and productivity. Other products include Azimio Billing Systems, CaptureLeave Leave Management & Vacation Tracking and PRM Deals. For more information, visit http://www.telania.com.