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Oxford Instruments Picks CallidusCloud Solution

December 11, 2012

With an intention to build learning courses for employees, Oxford Instruments, a company offering high technology tools and systems for research and industry, has picked CallidusCloud's RapidIntake solution.

Officials at Oxford Instruments said that they chose CallidusCloud's learning course authoring system to cut on time and money spent on training and also to help its team build training courses that will be available online to its worldwide network of distributors. This new deployment is said to decrease travel costs and downtime from in-person training.

CallidusCloud's RapidIntake is an e-learning and mobile learning SaaS (News - Alert) (Software- as -a -Service) solution that helps organizations throughout the world save time and resources by bringing learning development teams together in a single cloud-based location.

No matter how spread out the team is geographically, or how varied their skill levels, they can come together in one cloud-based location to build mobile courses, producing training as much as 60 percent faster than when using tools like Articulate or Captivate, according to the company.

This solution is a powerful, flexible platform that helps instructional designers and content owners jointly create interactive courses built on proven learning patterns, regardless of their skill levels. Rapid Intake has been designed from the ground-up to address issues such scalability, geography, localization, and varying degrees of developer skills and real issues in launching training initiatives successfully.

Callidus Software (News - Alert), operating business as CallidusCloud, is a provider of cloud software. CallidusCloud helps organizations drive performance and productivity across their business with Callidus’ hiring, learning, marketing and selling clouds. More than 1,500 leading organizations are using CallidusCloud solution to empower their work force.

Recently, Alternative Technology Solutions (News - Alert) chose CallidusCloud's Litmos Learning Management System (LMS) to offer online and mobile learning to their expanding workforce. The agreement was signed in the fourth quarter of 2012.

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Edited by Brooke Neuman

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