Tata Interactive Launches Own LCMS

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<p><strong>London &mdash; July 23 </strong><br />The global learning solutions provider Tata Interactive Systems (TIS) has launched Learning Planet, an enterprise learning content management system (LCMS). </p><p>Learning Planet is based on TIS&#39; business insights, gained from about 30 custom-built learning management system (LMS) implementations at clients such as McGraw-Hill and the Bank of Montreal.<br /><br />Learning Planet is AICC Level 1- and SCORM 1.2-compliant, allowing the importation and integration of third-party learning materials, as well as integration with third-party systems, including Oracle HRMS, PeopleSoft and SAP. </p><p>Its multilingual support allows users to address an international audience.<br /><br />&quot;Learning Planet offers anytime, anywhere access to administrators, HR managers, instructors, teachers and users,&quot; said Alan Samuel, head of TIS&#39; U.K. operations. &quot;By enabling you to manage your workforce, assess their skills and analyze their learning and development needs, Learning Planet acts as a powerful driver of organizational performance.<br /><br />&quot;Our clients around the world have asked us to develop a highly flexible and scaleable LCMS to help them to meet future business challenges by meeting their learning needs through highly customized and interoperable solutions. We&#39;re delighted to be able to add Learning Planet to enhance our growing portfolio of learning-related solutions for use by our partners.&quot;</p>

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