Opigno LMS is Now Available in SaaS Mode, Allowing You to Get Started in a Few Clicks with a Full-fledged E-learning Platform

Share Article

The e-learning platform Opigno, based on Drupal, and developed by the Swiss company Connect-i, is now offered as a hosted service, allowing users to skip setting up complex hosting infrastructure.

Getting a full-fledged LMS platform, ready to use, just in a few clicks, is now possible with Opigno SaaS.

Opigno is an open source e-learning platform based on Drupal. Four months after its official launch, Opigno is now available as a SaaS.

The offer includes hosting specially optimized for Opigno, updates and platform maintenance, which allow users to break free from all technical considerations and to focus on their core business and the creation of educational content.

Opigno Saas hosting proposes different plans with different levels of service. Depending on the package chosen, users can receive assistance to further customize the use of their platform.

Opigno being developed as a web application, SaaS will enable companies and individuals to access a quality LMS with a minimum financial investment. Users will also be assured to always use the latest version of Opigno, and benefit from a professional support with Service Level Agreements depending on the plan they choose.

Users of this SaaS offer will benefit from fully dedicated Opigno platforms, they will be able to extend with all the additional Opigno modules available. For example, Opigno SaaS will make it possible for the users to add the commerce module, and sell online access to their trainings. All of that very simply, just in a few clicks, and without any technical knowledge.

Opigno aims to allow everyone to have their own platform for online training. Easy access, easy to use, intuitive and customizable. These are the objectives of Connect-i for the development of this open source LMS.

For more information, please visit the website http://www.opigno.org or follow us on twitter @opigno.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Axel Minck

+41 218000010
Email >
Visit website