Adobe Debuts Learning Management System, Captivate Prime
FREMONT, CA: Adobe unveils Adobe Captivate Prime, a cloud-based self-service Learning Management System (LMS) that enables learning professionals to easily and efficiently setup, deliver and track any form of learning.The latest offering from Adobe complements its portfolio of eLearning tools, including Adobe Captivate 9. It enables specialists in learning and development, training and corporate human resources and departments to take charge of the learning environments they manage and boost impact by developing skill based learning programs.
Captivate Prime provides end-to-end learning management and enables organizations to offer a stimulating learner experience with new Fluidic player for a unified playback experience for virtually any kind of content. The solution enhances the impact of learning with gamification as users can track their progress within a personal dashboard. Users can learn even when offline by downloading learning content onto a tablet.
Adobe Captivate 9
Adobe Captivate 9 facilitates trainers, educators and instructional designers to virtually create any kind of eLearning content for desktops and mobile devices. Captivate 9 also extends authoring capabilities to mobile devices through the storyboarding app Adobe Captivate Draft exclusively available for iPad. When used in tandem with Captivate 9, Captivate Draft automates the process of converting ideas into storyboards with more complex eLearning elements, such as content and question slides and branching logic.
Courses created in Capacitive 9 can be enhanced using SGV graphics or by selecting content from eLearning assets. Once the course is ready for distribution, users can publish to Captivate Prime in a single click.
“We are aware of the challenges that organizations face today in rolling out learning programs and keeping employees engaged,” says Matt Thompson, EVP, Worldwide Field Operations, Adobe. “Captivate Prime is designed to make the learning management process intuitive, quick and easy to roll out, so users no longer feel IT dependent. The learner-first approach helps build a culture where employees don’t dodge learning, but embrace it.”
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