Academic Advanced Distributed Learning Certifies

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<p><strong><font face=”Arial”><span class=”style11″></span><span class=”style11″></span></font>Edmonton, Alberta &mdash; June 26</strong><br />VTN Technologies Inc. (VTN), a Canadian enterprisewide learning platform developer, has announced that its flagship Ole learning platform has been awarded SCORM 2004 Third Edition Certification. </p><p>The SCORM certification process, completed in April, was performed by Academic Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Co-Lab in Madison, Wis.</p><p>&quot;This certification is just one more nod from industry that the Ole system is truly leading the way in offering a standards-based, integrated approach to LMS, LCMS and TMS technology that is powerful, easy to use and simple to deploy,&quot; said Stephen Brown, VTN chief technology officer. &quot;The concentrated effort put in to developing an enterprise-strength, Web-based application architecture that uses Web services and XML to achieve a true software as a service model (SaaS) is paying off tremendously.&quot;<br />&nbsp;<br />George Uhrich, VTN president and CEO, agrees. </p><p>&quot;We are excited that, for the first time in the history of e-learning content development, the Ole platform allows nontechnical users to develop adaptive, Level 3 SCORM 2004-certified courseware rapidly, using a simple, collaborative authoring toolset and smart graphics,&quot; he said. &quot;Add on the ability to blend and manage all types of learning &mdash; CBT, WBT, ILT, OJT, simulation and so on &mdash; with Web-service integration to external systems such as HRIS, performance management, synthetic training systems and so on, and the value of our approach becomes clear.&quot;</p>

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