SPRING And SAP Learning Solution Discovers New Possibilities In Learning Management
OAK PARK, IL: HCLabs, provider of innovative solutions for SAP has announced the release of SPRING, the SAPUI5 user interface (UI) available for the SAP Learning Solution and Enterprise Learning. Spring also introduces a mobile-ready, Fiori-based design aligned with SAP’s HR Renewal and the SuccessFactors UI.
“It doesn’t matter how much great functionality is available at their fingertips if your learners aren’t motivated to use it, and with this in mind, HCLabs is delighted to provide our clients with a modern and engaging user interface that performs consistently across all devices and will greatly improve their users’ adoption of the LMS” says Rich Schoeneberg, Managing Director, HCLabs.
The SAP Learning Solution allows new learning possibilities for learners, trainers, companies and educational institutions; it also secures investment in existing training and personal development systems. The solution comprises of a Web-based learning portal - Training Management in the SAP back-end system along with an authoring environment. SPRING supports the usability of Learning Management System (LMS) with flexible configuration, improved search and filter options and deep-linking to provide direct access to its mobile UI.
With RegLearn, SAP delivers additional functionalities to support common business requirements such as the performance and tracking of on-the-job training and long-term learning and development programs.. It enables to employ the LMS to full potential, achieve significant cost savings and produce the best trained workforce possible.
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