Elearnity Confirms Eedo’s Strong Presence

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<p><strong>London &mdash; May 22</strong><br />Eedo Knowledgeware, a provider of innovative software products for real-time learning and knowledge systems, has announced that a recently published report by Elearnity, an independent European learning analyst firm, has recognized Eedo Knowledgeware as an established player in the learning content management (LCM) sector. </p><p>The study, which focused on the LCM market, also acknowledged Eedo&#39;s flagship product, ForceTen, as a best-of-breed learning content management system (LCMS).<br /><br />The growing corporate awareness of LCM led Elearnity to initiate an in-depth research project to examine the drivers, solutions and realities of the sector. </p><p>It found the LCM market is still embryonic, but this is expected to change over the next couple of years, as companies face the need to realign learning content processes to meet their increasingly challenging business demands.<br /><br />The study showed that drivers for LCM are largely common across organizations and include costs savings and time to market, flexibility, control and reuse, compliance and auditability.<br /><br />The research process included in-depth profiling of corporate case studies, knowledge-sharing workshops and group discussions, independent market and vendor analysts and supporting analysis of existing research and white papers and discussion with four LCMS vendors.<br /><br />&quot;Eedo is an established player in the market with its ForceTen product that we consider to be a best-of-breed LCMS. It has good credibility and track record in the corporate and public sector arena,&quot; said David Wilson, Elearnity founder and managing director. &quot;ForceTen provides an intuitive and well-structured environment for e-learning content creation and management, an extensible process framework that supports collaborative development and production workflows, as well as the capability to render content to other media types such as print output or mobile learning.&quot;</p>

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