Makau Announces Learning Management System

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<p><strong> Orem, Utah &mdash; July 31</strong><br />Makau Corp. has announced its learning management system (LMS) version 4.0.<br />&nbsp;<br />Makau&rsquo;s LMS version 4.0 includes new features, including a role-based management system with fully configurable roles and a tree-based container system that replaces the old flat partitions. </p><p>In addition, many existing features were upgraded, including LDAP, report handling, course tracking, new-course downloads and an improved end-user interface using Web 2.0 technologies.</p><p>Russ Aspland, chief technology officer, said the new LMS is flexible and easy to integrate into a customer&rsquo;s normal business processes and work flow.</p><p>&ldquo;Makau believes in meeting our customers&#39; needs and requests,&rdquo; Aspland said. &ldquo;The new 4.0 version of the Makau LMS is much more robust and feature-rich. We upgraded from Microsoft to the Java platform, the advantage being portability &mdash; Java will run on Windows or Linux.&rdquo;</p><p>The Makau LMS makes it easy for administrators to distribute courses and track progress, as well as stay updated on the most current course offerings. </p><p>Administrators can manage course assignments and access a wide range of reports all from the convenience of their desks. </p><p>Similarly, students can easily see which courses they have taken or are required to take and work through them at their own pace. </p><p>The LMS helps you maintain control of this total e-learning solution:<br /></p><ul><li>Eliminate redundant data entry by loading student information from your employee database.</li><li>Manage different types of users or different departments by setting up classes with different course offerings and different class administrators.</li><li>Track usage by class, student or course.</li><li>Stay current by adding courses and course updates.</li></ul>

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