Eedo Launches ForceTen 5.0 with Collaboration

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<p><strong>Nashua, N.H. &mdash; Oct. 3</strong><br />The latest version of Eedo&rsquo;s learning content management system, ForceTen, provides enhanced features to support a truly collaborative environment, which leads to better communication, higher-quality material and faster turnaround, according to Eedo.<br /><br />ForceTen 5.0 also includes new features to improve search capabilities and analytics.<br /><br />ForceTen&rsquo;s enhanced Workspace, which supports all learning materials, such as Word documents, PowerPoint presentations and PDF-formatted documents, provides a hub for building and managing learning content that allows real-time sharing of information on a project&rsquo;s status and content and improves workflow.<br /><br />The enhanced Storyboard feature allows users to build templates to define the architecture of a course, as well as its elements and presentation, allowing content developers to easily see what is needed and how it fits into the overall course. </p><p>The result is consistent and cohesive knowledge sharing across an entire organization.<br /><br />Developing learning content is a highly collaborative process that involves subject-matter experts, graphic designers, instructional designers and administrative support.  </p><p>Each plays an important role in transferring processes and ideas to the skills and knowledge that affect performance.<br /><br />”Using software such as ForceTen allows all of these roles to engage simultaneously in the development and distribution of content and offers strategic management of the process through workflow,&rdquo; said Gaylene Galliford, Apria Healthcare manager of training, design and development. &ldquo;ForceTen brings the elements of reusable content development, efficient design and effective project management together in one comprehensive application.”</p>

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