Leading LMS implementer sees strong demand for best-of-breed LCMS that enables learning object reusability
Boulder, CO; June 15, 2007 Xyleme® Inc., the leading provider of 100% XML, SCORM 2004 certified learning content management systems, today announced that rapidLD, a leading learning strategy and implementation provider, has become a certified Xyleme solution partner.
Through this alliance, rapidLD will manage all aspects of Xyleme LCMS implementations for customers, including deployment and integration with existing LMS systems. rapidLD will help clients leverage Xyleme’s single-source, content reuse platform by mapping training requirements to the most appropriate outputs, be it print, online or mobile applications. Prior to partnering with Xyleme, training was limited to a single mode of delivery or managed by separate tools.
“We are receiving a clear message from our customers requiring simplified portability across learning channels in content publishing,” commented Jim Everidge, President and Founder of rapidLD. “Content reusability is a valuable capability to enable production of multiple delivery types and Xyleme has an innovative solution that fulfills the true promise of learning object reusability for print, media-based, and mobile outputs.”
“rapidLD has an enviable track record for providing exceptional strategy consulting, and learning solution deployments,” stated Mark Hellinger, President and CEO of Xyleme. “Their unparalleled industry experience has made them a valued partner of some of the world’s leading companies and we are extremely pleased that they have chosen the Xyleme LCMS as trusted technology for their customers.”
Xyleme, Inc. is the leader in standards-based learning content management solutions that enable single-source publishing of training content. Xyleme is 100% XML-based to create massive efficiencies through modularity and reuse. With Xyleme, organizations improve collaboration in content development, reduce time-to-market for customized training and minimize the cost of supporting blended learning. Visit www.xyleme.com.